ArenaWiki is designed to help you get the most from Arena, by providing articles featuring information, instructions, tips and tricks for every part of Arena.
The help system you can add to
ArenaWiki is unlike any help system you have used before. Most help systems work like electronic books. ArenaWiki works like this too but, just like Arena, it also allows you to contribute your own articles and comments. As with Arena, ArenaWiki is actively administered by staff to ensure that this free and open system is used sensibly and productively.
We can help each other
This unique approach to helping you with Arena enables you to share your discoveries with other Arena users, build your knowledge, and help us to improve our products and services.
Some content is available only to Arena administrators. If you are an Arena administrator, we recommend that you log in to ArenaWiki, so that you may access all the content available to you.
To learn about Arena see Getting started.
Main ArenaWiki articles
- Log in and log out of ArenaWiki Learn how to log in and log out of ArenaWiki.
- Search ArenaWiki Learn how to find content in ArenaWiki.
- Printing ArenaWiki articles Learn how to print articles in ArenaWiki.
- ArenaWiki Help Learn how to create and edit ArenaWiki articles.
ArenaWiki facts and figures
Publication number: 515-A
Date: Monday 23 October 2017 (GMT at the ArenaWiki server)
Users: 21 registered users, 11 administrators.
Last updated: 24 11 2010 (edit ID: 3857)
ArenaWiki is built using MediaWiki. To learn more about MediaWiki see the MediaWiki website.
ArenaWiki complies with W3C AA standard. To learn more about W3C AA see W3C website.
Links for working with MediaWiki
ArenaWiki is built using MediaWiki software. This section provides links useful to ArenaWiki sysops. If you are not an ArenaWiki sysop, then you probably will not need to use these links.