Since AntiWiki runs on your desktop and nobody else can edit your wiki, you can simply use HTML to format pages. That said, a lighter syntax is also included, to make the job easier. For one thing, simply leave a blank line to start a new paragraph. Other helpers include:

Links

Three type of links are included:

[[wiki links]] (in double square brackets)
=> https://other.site/ Rocket links (on their own line)
~> screenshot.png Image links, with alt text

Wiki links always point to other pages on the wiki, and can't be relabeled; simply use HTML for advanced effects. Other link types always take up a whole line (no spaces in front).

More about rocket links, by the way

Blocks

These make up the bulk of AntiWiki markup:

[center]
Any text and markup here.
[back]

[left]
Same as above.
[back]

[right]
You can nest them too.
[back]

<<<
This is a block quote.
-- with a citation
>>>

Lists were added in version 1.0:

(((
- this is a list
+ with various types
* of bullets
)))

[[[
- and also a numbered list
]]]

Block markup must start and end on a line of its own to be picked up. You can make blocks of literal text like this:

 {{{
 (without a space in front)
 }}}

You can also have literal text inline, between double curly braces.

It looks {{like this}}.

Last but not least, a line made only of 3-5 dashes like this: --- becomes a horizontal rule.

Tables

As of version 1.1, AntiWiki supports MediaWiki-style tables (vertical layout only):

{|
 |+ Caption
 |-
 ! Header A
 ! Header B
 |-
 | Cell A1
 | Cell B1
 |}

Which renders as:

Caption
Header A Header B
Cell A1 Cell B1

Unlike with most other wiki syntax, a leading space is required on lines within a table: the vertical bars must align! See also the Wikipedia help on tables.

Headings

Not much to say here:

## Second-level heading
### Third-level heading
#title Display title for the page

That's pretty much it!