mediawiki - How do I go to the next line?

Posted on 2007-07-25
Last Modified: 2013-11-13
I'm trying to edit a page in mediawiki. I've entered some text but when I go to the next line it does not show up when I view it. What is the command to "go to the next line"? I'm new to this so I appreciate the help.
Question by:southerndiversity
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    Accepted Solution

    Does it accept HTML formatting?  If so, insert a line break, "<br>" (without the quotes), and it will be replaced by going to the next line.

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    Expert Comment

    Also, if you hit enter twice, I believe it will show up as one "next line."


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