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entities [2013-08-27 10:54]
136.163.203.9 Added non-breaking space
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 see also [[wiki:​syntax#​text to html conversions]] on the syntax page. see also [[wiki:​syntax#​text to html conversions]] on the syntax page.
  
-Details of the conversions are stored in the ''​conf/​entities.conf''​ file. To avoid your changes being overwritten when upgrading Dokuwiki, you should place your own additions in a new file called ''​conf/​entities.local.conf''​.+Details of the conversions are stored in the ''​[[https://​github.com/​splitbrain/​dokuwiki/​blob/​master/​conf/​entities.conf|conf/​entities.conf]]''​ file. To avoid your changes being overwritten when upgrading Dokuwiki, you should place your own additions in a new file called ''​conf/​entities.local.conf''​. If you need to //disable// some of the default conversions you could do it by adding the same characters on both columns to ''​conf/​entities.local.conf'':​ the line there will take precedence over the one in the ''​conf/​entities.conf''​. E.g. add <​code>​(c) ​   (c)</​code>​ to ''​conf/​entities.local.conf''​ if you do not wish to have the letter c in brackets automatically replaced by the copyright sign.
  
 Even though by default it is used with simple character replacements only, the entity system can also be used to insert more complex constructs into your pages. This includes HTML. However you should be aware that doing so is bound to break when used in combination with non-HTML renderers (like [[plugin:​ODT]] for example). It is recommended to use UTF-8 characters instead whenever possible. Even though by default it is used with simple character replacements only, the entity system can also be used to insert more complex constructs into your pages. This includes HTML. However you should be aware that doing so is bound to break when used in combination with non-HTML renderers (like [[plugin:​ODT]] for example). It is recommended to use UTF-8 characters instead whenever possible.
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   hx   ĥ   hx   ĥ
   JX   Ĵ   JX   Ĵ
-  jx   ĵ +  jx   
-  SX   Ŝ +
-  sx   ŝ +
-  UX   Ŭ +
-  ux   ŭ+
  
  
 +=====See also=====
 +  * [[config|Configuring DokuWiki]]
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