What is a Wiki System

A Wiki system is not a chat or a forum or a bulletin board but a special form of encyclopedia. Every user, also yourself , can add his knowledge to every page and start new pages.

What is Voyeurweb's Wiki System About?

Our Wiki System is all about Voyeurweb and Sexology. It is not about scientific or academically precise descriptions, but how people like you and me understand and see things.

How to get started

Enter a search term (for example: "Blowjob" ) into the search box at the left and hit "search". The Wiki System will present you result pages. What you see on those pages was entered into the system by other users. If you are satisfied with the results, there is nothing to do. If you are not satisfied with the result, you should register yourself (upper screen on the right) and you automatically become an author. This will allow you to modify existing text, and add images or pages.

To add pages, type in the search term that you wish the entry to be titled. Of course, there is no page by that name, so the system returns: There is no page titled "search item". You can create this page. Click on the create this page page, and begin adding text.

How to start authoring

It is very simple and self-explaining. If you want to see how others did it, simply go to any result page and click "edit". You will see the source code of that page including all formatting tags. Once you started authoring it can easily become addictive. Please make sure to heed the following guidelines:
- Only upload images which you grabbed from Voyeurweb or shot yourself. Do not upload explicit images, copyrighted images or underage images etc. Use common sense.
- Link your page to other pages. For example, if you write about "nipple massage" the term "nipple" in your text should link back to the general "nipple-page" and you might want a link to your page from the general "nipple-page". Linking terms is the most important function.
- Do not add dry academic text - keep things interesting. Illustrate your text with pictures. Use the thumb function or gallery tag to show a small thumb linked to a larger picture.

Of course: If you feel something is missing on this help page, simply add it.

Do's and Don'ts

Can be found under this article: Do's and Don'ts

Last modified on 27 November 2011, at 15:42