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    1: Seriously.  It's easy and fine once the "add new page" goo is in a page.  But I am surprised there's not an easier way to simply add a page below any given existing page.
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    3: P.S. Muahaha! I control your TODO list! Fear the wiki, for with it comes an ever-growing list of tasks assigned to you by me!
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    5: P.P.S. Orange :(
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    7: --[[snj]]
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    9: > The usual way assumes you'll want any new page to be linked from somewhere. Add a [[ikiwiki/WikiLink]] to the page you want to create, and then it should be easy enough. Note that when creating a page you often have several choices of where in the hierarchy you want it to go; for how this works, see [[ikiwiki/subpage/LinkingRules]]. --[[schmonz]]
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   11: > See also <http://ikiwiki.info/todo/adding_new_pages_by_using_the_web_interface/>
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   13: [[done]] --[[schmonz]]
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   15: > I've added a postform to the front page for good measure. --[[schmonz]]

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