The idea is that the basics for working with JSPWiki could be explained in such a way that it would be easy for MereMortals to understand. 

Perhaps there could be a ForDummies version of some pages?

The trick here would be that it might take a dummy to understand what they don't understand.  They would need to start the page and then work with people who are in the know.  Maybe the page could start with a list of stupid questions and answers in [WikiWikiWeb:ThreadMode]and then a dummy could start to compile it into [WikiWikiWeb:DocumentMode].

What do you think?

''A very good idea!  Feel free to drop in links "for dummies", probably starting from 1.3.6.1.5.5.7.3.2. --JanneJalkanen''\\
Super Great Idea! --BrennonObst\\Maybe the first stupid question can be a list that starts here;
*[how do you roll back changes from a user who deletes things]?
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*[How do you edit blocks of text and keep them organised]?
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*[How do you edit the menus on the left side]?
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A very good idea! I like JSP Wiki. ''Marcello'' from [CARID|http://carid.unife.it]  __<-- Broken link__

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! JspWiki and Applets
I'm new in the web application server business, so please: make a page [JspWikiAndApplets] and describe the applet-concept, functionality, etc. Actually I have installed 2.6.3 with installed [AppletPlugin] and some applets do well ( [WikiMap] ), other applets not ( [FreeMindPlugin] ). Some use Server-Side-Applets and wraps their usage with an own wrapper-plugin, other use the AppletPlugin-wrapper and attach the applet-classes at the page, etc. It is a little bit confusing (and frustrating), especially for newbies. A clear, straight-forward manual, how applets can be used in JspWiki will be, at least for me :-), very helpful. \\
  thx bZi (04-Jul-08)