anything into double parentheses, and TikiWiki will create the new blank page.
Then you can go ahead and ClickTheQuestionMark? at the end of your new hyperlink, and the Wiki will give you a window for making the new page.
If you wish to add documents with complex markup to the Wiki, you might be better off not adding them to the Wiki, but rather just providing a URL to another location, like so:
If this page were on PhpWiki, then just list the page URL:
On a TikiWiki page, you still have to do the square brackets:
This Wiki, and most other Wikis do not support HTML tags (see TextFormattingRules and Why Wikis don't do HTML). <tags>They will just render like text.</tags> Wikis are meant to be as simple as possible to encourage use.