+Accounts provide an easy way for wiki users to identify themselves to MoinMoin and other wiki users,
+store personal preferences and track wiki contributions. Account creation is simple and
+straightforward, and provides many benefits over browsing and editing anonymously.
+To create an account, click the :guilabel:`Login` button at the top of the page. You will be taken to a login
+page allowing you to either log in or create an account. Proceed to the create account page
+by clicking the account creation button, and you will be presented with an account creation form.
+The fields of this form are as follows:
+ Your username on the wiki. Will appear in the history section of any wiki item which you edit. This is a required field.
+ Your password for logging into your new account. Remember to pick a strong password with a mix
+ of upper and lower case letters, numbers and symbols. This is also a required field.
+ Enter your new password again (same as the above field). This is a required field to make sure
+ that your first password entry was correct.
+ The email address which will be associated with your new account. This can be used by the wiki
+ administrators to contact you or to verify your account if email verification is enabled on
+ the wiki. This is a required field.
+ This is an optional field where you may enter an OpenID to be associated with your account. OpenID
+ provides a common mechanism for websites to authenticate users and store data about them like
+ username and real name. If you have an OpenID, you may want to enter it here.
+ Some wikis require email verification, in which case you will have click an activation link which
+ will be sent to the email address you provide. You must complete this step before you start using
+User settings provide a way for to customise your MoinMoin experience and perform account
+maintenance functions like changing email address or password. To access your settings page, click
+the :guilabel:`Settings` button at the top of the page.
+The settings page appears as a list of links to various sub-pages for changing elements of your
+wiki experience, each of these sub-pages are listed below:
+Personal settings include wiki language and locale, username, alias and OpenID.
+ Your username, as it will appear on the wiki and in the history pages of wiki items which you edit.
+ The alias name can be used to override your username, so you will still log in using your username
+ but your alias name will be displayed to other users and in your history page.
+ If you have an OpenID which you would like to associate with your account, enter it here.
+ **MOINTODO** Leaving the OpenID field blank gives a warning saying "This OpenID is already in use"
+ Setting this value will allow you to see edit times as they would appear in your time zone. For
+ example, an edit time of 10AM UTC would appear as 8PM AEST if you changed your time zone to
+ GMT +10/Australian Eastern Standard Time.
+ Your preferred language for interacting with MoinMoin.
+Password changes are recommended if you believe that the password you are using has been put into
+the hands of an untrusted third party.
+ Enter the password which you currently use to log into the wiki. This prevents passersby from
+ changing the password of a logged in account. This is a required field.
+ The new password which you would like to use. This is a required field.
+ Enter your new password again. Used to detect typographical errors. This is a required field.
+Notification settings allow you to configure the way MoinMoin notifies you of changes and important
+ Change the email address MoinMoin sends emails to.
+Wiki Appearance Settings
+Appearance settings allow you to customise the look and feel of the wiki.
+ The bundled MoinMoin wiki theme which you would like to use.
+ If you want to style MoinMoin with custom Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), enter a URL for your
+ custom stylesheet here. Custom CSS provides an advanced level of control over appearance of
+ The size (in lines) of MoinMoin's plain text editor when you edit an item.
+ **MOINTODO** "Editor Size" isn't a very good title as it doesn't specify *which* editor or in what
+ units the size is. This setting doesn't seem to affect my MoinMoin instance, either.
+History results per page
+ The number of edits you will see when you look at the history of an item.
+ **MOINTODO** This page is blank. Perhaps it should be removed?
+ **MOINTODO** "Options" isn't a very good name. Aren't they all "options"? The settings in the
+ options page don't seem to be grouped in any particular category, either. Perhaps these options
+ should be moved to another settings page?
+The "Options" section allows you to control privacy and advanced features of MoinMoin.
+Publish my email (not my wiki homepage) in author info
+ Control whether or not other wiki users may see your email address.
+Open editor on double click
+ This option allows you to simply double click the text on any MoinMoin item and have it opened
+ Show the comment sections for wiki items you view.
+Disable this account forever
+ Tick this box if you want to disable your account. Your username or alias will still show in the
+ history pages of items you have edited, but you will no longer be able to log in using your
+Special Features for Users with Accounts
+ **MOINTODO** User pages are currently broken as they have no handler for their content type. Because
+ of this, they use the binary content type and cannot be viewed (they must be downloaded).
+You user page is a wiki space in which you may share information about yourself with other users of
+that wiki. It can be accessed by clicking the button with your username on it at the top of the
+screen, and is edited like a normal wiki item.
+To view your modifications to a wiki, navigate to the URL ``/+mychanges``. This will show a list of
+modifications you have made to wiki items.
+ **MOINTODO** There is currently no button to get to +mychanges. This should be fixed.
+ **MOINTODO** +mychanges only links to the item which you edit, not the specific revision. If you edit
+ and item several times, it just inserts several identical links to that item. This behaviour should be
+ **MOINTODO** +mychanges isn't very pretty if you visit it without making any changes, it just says
+ "My Changes" at the top with the rest of the page left blank.
+Some MoinMoin users spend a lot of time sifting through the global changes list (accessible via the
+:guilabel:`History` button at the top of every MoinMoin page) looking for unread changes.
+To help users remember which revisions they have read and which they have yet to read,
+MoinMoin provides bookmarks. If you have read revisions up until the 13th of January, for example, you would
+simply click the :guilabel:`Set bookmark` button next to the revisions from the 13th of January to hide
+all revisions from before that date. If you wish to examine those revisions again, navigate back to the
+global history page and click :guilabel:`Remove bookmark`.
+At the top of every MoinMoin page, there is a row of buttons for quick access to commonly used MoinMoin
+features like the global index, global history and homepage. Often, users need quick access to MoinMoin
+items without having to search for them each time - quicklinks allow you to access your favourite wiki
+items at the click of a button by placing links to them at the top of every page. To quicklink an item,
+click the :guilabel:`Add Link` button at the top or bottom of a MoinMoin item. To remove a quicklink,
+simply navigate back to the item and click the :guilabel:`Remove Link` button.
+Quicklinks are associated with your account, so you will be able to access them from anywhere by simply
+The item trail appears at the top of each page and lists previous items which you have visited. Users
+with accounts may view this trail wherever they log in, whereas anonymous users have a different trail
+on each computer that they visit.
+Subscribing to items allows you to be notified via email when changes are made. To subscribe, navigate
+to the item in question and click the :guilabel:`Subscribe` button at the top or bottom of the page. You
+will now receive an email each time a user modifies this item. To unsubscribe, navigate to the item
+again and click the :guilabel:`Unsubscribe` button at the top or bottom of the page.
+ **MOINTODO** Currently logging out just removes the user's session cookie. These cookies remain
+ valid after logging out (and even after a password change), and could be used to impersonate a
+ user. See BitBucket issue #94.
+Logging out of your account can prevent account hijacking on untrusted or insecure computers, and is
+considered best practice for security. To log out, click the :guilabel:`Logout` button at the top
+of the page. You will be redirected to a page confirming that you have logged out successfully.