Help: Creating and editing pages
To create a page, click on the "New page" link on the navigation bar. You will then need fill the title for the page and some text content. The format of the text is dictated by the markup type of Wiki:Aloha Pools, by default this will be Creole wiki markup which is a more consistent form of the media wiki markup you find on sites such as wikipedia.
The editor is not WYSIWYG, but will insert the tokens/markup for bold, italic, underline, headings, lists, links and images. The question mark button gives you help for the accepted special tokens for the current markup type.
Some pages are locked for editing and cannot be reverted to its previous versions.
You can embed images into your page using the image button, which launches a file explorer in a new dialog allowing you upload images. By default, Wiki:Aloha Pools strips all dangerous HTML from the text which includes script tags, style tags, iframe tags.
You can preview your changes before saving, which displays your page inside a new dialog using the same display engine as the Roadkill site. Once you're happy with this, you can save the page.
Wiki:Aloha Pools allows you to categorize your pages using the tags textbox. You can enter relevant tags (which will auto complete if the tag already exists) for the page - more on this below.
The history page shows every version of the page, clicking on a particular version will show the differences between that version and a previous version. Green highlighted text indicates new additions to the page, red highlighted text shows deletions to the page. From the main history page you are able to move back to a previous version via the "revert" link, this will however create a new version of the page itself.
There is one special tag built into Roadkill which is the "homepage" tag. This can be used on one page only (the first page is always used), and tells Roadkill that this page should be used for the homepage on the site.Help with Tags article.
No matter where you place it, no Link will get any credit at the major search engines.