That would work, but it's pretty brutal. I have a dozen examples to add and cutting out screenshots of all of them will take a while. It also makes it very unlikely that I can get use contributed examples, rather defeating the purpose of the Wiki.
I'm wondering why the Moodle Wiki has such a problem with source code examples - Wikipedia seems to handle this very cleanly. I've also got problems with the fact that I'm using Python, which produces CamelCase error messages. How do I force Moodle Wiki not to make something a link? I've tried prefixing with ! and enclosing in <nowiki>.
Incidentally, neither of these were in the Moodle documentation, I had to web-bash to find them.
"Defeat"ing the Wiki sounds like an accurate description. I've spent about 15 hours on a 2 page site so far - that's entirely on uploading existing content. It would have taken me less than 2 hours doing it in raw HTML using vi.
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