This is the sandbox where you can play with different editing. You can mess this up as much as you want and nobody will mind

main headingEdit

this is stuff under the main heading

sub headingEdit

This is the stuff under the second heading

sub sub headingEdit

Etc etcetc

sub sub sub Edit

darf asdf adsf

second level headigEdit

dadf adsf asdf

next main headingEdit

daf adf

next main heading Edit

asd asdf


another table experiment Edit

please don't delete this - it's a cool example of a table

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History alt-H ctrl-H
Recent Changes alt-R ctrl-R


Internal links can be used to cross-reference pages or articles within the same wiki, i.e.

  • To make an internal link, put the destination page title in double square brackets - [[Page Title]].
    • For example, to link to the page on evaluations, we type [[Evaluations]] to create the link Evaluations.
  • To use alternative words in the link text, i.e. words that are different than the page title, then add your alternative words after correct page title and a pipe "|" character separator.

External Links can be used to link to websites outside the Toastmasters Wikia.

  • Simply type the full URL link, e.g.
  • To use alternative wording for your external URL link then use one square bracket at each end of the URL, with the alternative title after the URL address separated by a space (not a pipe). Thus, to make your link look like. Find a Toastmasters Club; just type
[ Find a Toastmasters Club]


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