January has been a busy month on the Foldit wiki. Here are some of the highlights.
To start, here's a tip. One annoyance in working with wiki pages has been how it handles images. The images tend to end up in the wrong spot, wrapped around text where you don't want them. The following HTML can help to control where the images go:
To use this tip you have to select the "classic" editor next to the "Edit" drop-down. In the classic editor, switch to the "Source" tab. The "br" commmand can be pasted in source mode, and it's also easier to position the image tags correctly. (Image sizing still doesn't work quite as expected, but that's another subject.)
Updates with videos
Other new and updated pages
There's a new page on secondary structure prediction tools, inspired by an interesting chat session in #veteran. The page includes a chat transcript. The secondary structure page has also been updated.
I've updated or added several pages covering the basics. For example, there's a new segment page that defines what a segment is. (An older version "segment" page was deleted some time ago.) I've also updated the residue with a better explanation of why they're called residues.
For the basics, I've started adding the category "Glossary". The goal is to have a glossary page with links to the basic terms in Foldit. We're still a long way away from that goal, but expect to see more pages with this category in the near future.
The filter page received a major update covering the filters that are common in recent design puzzles.