This page describes a new wiki-syntax consequently thinking wikilandia (the sum of all wikis) as one single organismn. It's entirely based on clean linking and applicable on all wiki-engines.
To be translated and worked in - crao-wiki: structure de page wiki
There are many thoughts and pages on wiki-syntax - like meatball-wiki: wiki-syntax.
Pages have a header ending with a thin horizontal line. The header tells:
Whenever possible use small-case for editable titles and links. The color points out clearly that it is a link. Write like on a book. Write beautiful.
Wiki names, page titles
Possibly use small-case in clean links. The color points out that it's a link, that's by far enough. Small-case is more beutiful. Use "-" a lot, it makes connections between terms clear. In general add "-wiki" to the name of a wiki to make clear its a wiki.
community-wiki, meatball-wiki, s23-wiki, chongqed-wiki, … but:
Gründer-Wiki (big-case for nouns in German), Ca'Foscari-wiki (special terms like here the name of the the university-building)
What you would write in small-case in normal text flow write samll-case in wikinames - like community, meatball, normal words.
What you would write in big-case in normal text flow write big-case in wikinames.
Always write grammatically correct. The first word of a link on the beginning of a sentence is written in big-case, sure. Just like in a book or newspaper. Always write reader-friendly to the max.