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    44 @%META:TOPICINFO{author="TWikiContributor" date="1111929255" format="1.0" version="5"}%
       
    45 ---+ Wiki name
       
    46 Your name, usually your first and last name connected without a space.
       
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    48 For example, Tim Berners-Lee's <nop>WikiName is TimBernersLee.
       
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    50 %X% Your name is also a potentially valid WikiWord when used within a topic. However the home pages of registered users on this site are stored in the *%USERSWEB%* web. When you sign your username in a topic, prefix it with =%USERSWEB%.= (including the dot). That is, write ==%USERSWEB%.%WIKINAME%== to link to %USERSWEB%.%WIKINAME%, your personal home page in the %USERSWEB% web. For convenience, your signature is also provided for copying and pasting when editing a topic.
       
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    52 %Y% Though rarely used in common practice, you can use the special ==%<nop>USERSWEB%== [[TWikiVariables][variable]] prefix for user names, for example, ==%<nop>USERSWEB%.%WIKINAME%==.
       
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    66 %X% Your name is also a potentially valid WikiWord when used within a topic. However the home pages of registered users on this site are stored in the *%MAINWEB%* web. When you sign your username in a topic, prefix it with =%MAINWEB%.= (including the dot). That is, write ==%MAINWEB%.%WIKINAME%== to link to %MAINWEB%.%WIKINAME%, your personal home page in the %MAINWEB% web. For convenience, your signature is also provided for copying and pasting when editing a topic.
       
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    69 %Y% Though rarely used in common practice, you can use the special ==%<nop>MAINWEB%== [[TWikiVariables][variable]] prefix for user names, for example, ==%<nop>MAINWEB%.%WIKINAME%==.
       
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    80 %META:TOPICINFO{author="PeterThoeny" date="1042883040" format="1.0" version="1.3"}%
       
    81 Your name, usually your first and last name connected without a space.
       
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    83 For example, Tim Berners-Lee's <nop>WikiName is TimBernersLee.
       
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    85 %X% Your name is also a potentially valid WikiWord when used within a topic, however the home pages of registered users on this site are stored in the *%MAINWEB%* TWiki web. Prepend&nbsp; ==%MAINWEB%.== when you sign your username in a topic - write ==%MAINWEB%.%WIKINAME%== to link to %MAINWEB%.%WIKINAME%, your personal topic page in the %MAINWEB% TWiki web.  This will ensure that your personal topic page is linked to at it's location in the %MAINWEB% TWiki web.  For convenience, your signature is also provided to you for copying and pasting when editing a topic.
       
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    87 %Y% Though rarely used in common practice, you can use the special ==%<nop>MAINWEB%== [[TWikiVariables][variable]] to prepend to user names, for example, ==%<nop>MAINWEB%.%WIKINAME%==. 
       
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    99 Your name in WikiNotation. Usually your first and last name connected togther.
       
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   102 %H% The home pages of registered users on this site are stored in the *%MAINWEB%* web. Prepend&nbsp; ==%MAINWEB%.== when you sign your username in a topic - write ==%MAINWEB%.%USERNAME%== to link to %MAINWEB%.%USERNAME%.
       
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   114 For example, Bill Clinton's <nop>WikiName is BillClinton.
       
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   117 __Note:__ All users are in the %WIKITOOLNAME%.%MAINWEB% web. Prepend the "%MAINWEB%" name if you write a username in a topic, i.e. write =%MAINWEB%<nop>.TWikiGuest= to link to %MAINWEB%.TWikiGuest.
       
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