If you just want to add content to an existing page, see How to Edit Content.
If you want to add a new page, then the easiest way to do this is to type a non-existent page name in the header of any page. If you need to create the page in a different module than the one for the page you’re currently viewing, you must qualify the page name with the desired module name and a period. Both the non-qualified and qualified approaches are shown below:
This will bring up a simple text editor where you can design your page. Text can be formatted with bold, italics, links, emoticons, etc. using simple syntax. This syntax is explained on the right side of the text editor, and you can preview your changes at any time during the editing process. The editor is pre-populated with a template that you’ll likely want to follow.
Your changes will be attributed to your IP address and a “display name” that you are encouraged to fill out (on the right side of the text editor).
Any PascalCased words or words in square brackets are automatic links, whether the target exists or not. Therefore, often the creation of one page can create several "pending links" (shown with a dashed underline) to pages that should be added in the future. This means that another way to add a new page is to follow one of these pending links from an existing page.
Note that the webpage needs to be refreshed for new pages to appear in the left-hand pane.
Do you want to add signatures for a DLL or EXE that isn’t in the current list? For now, if you need to add a new module then you need to contact Adam Nathan and he’ll do it for you manually. Once he adds it, then you can freely add pages to it just like any other module.