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    13     13   <p>The details are described at the&nbsp;<a href="https://zeronet.readthedocs.io/en/latest/">upstream
    14     14   documentation</a>, which has a
    15     15   <a href="http://127.0.0.1:43110/1Docsfk5uLvuXkL4U13eYDxCm2gzi1fNQq/">mirror
    16     16   zite</a><i>(a&nbsp;<b>"zite"</b> stands for "ZeroNet site"),</i> but the
    17     17   general idea is that there is a ZeroNet specific document format, each
    18     18   document, also called as a zite, is a folder with a "standardized" layout and
    19     19   some other requirements, and as people surf the ZeroNet, the documents/zites
    20         -are downloaded by using the BitTorrent protocol and stored locally, at a local
    21         -server. The locally stored copies are used for local viewing and for serving to
    22         -others by using the BitTorrent protocol. The documents/zites are signed by
    23         -using public key cryptography and they can be "edited" by signing and
    24         -publishing a new version of the zite. Some of the documents are collectively
    25         -editable and that functionality allows the creation of forums<i>("ZeroTalk")</i>
    26         -and mail exchange portals<i>("ZeroMail")</i>.</p>
           20  +are downloaded by using the <a href="./wiki?name=Reference:+BitTorrent">BitTorrent</a>
           21  +protocol and stored locally, at a local server. The locally stored copies are
           22  +used for local viewing and for serving to others by using the BitTorrent
           23  +protocol. The documents/zites are signed by using public key cryptography and
           24  +they can be "edited" by signing and publishing a new version of the zite. Some
           25  +of the documents are collectively editable and that functionality allows the
           26  +creation of forums<i>("ZeroTalk")</i> and mail exchange portals<i>("ZeroMail")</i>.</p>
    27     27   
    28     28   <p><br>
    29     29   </p>
    30     30   
    31     31   <p>Each zite can declare some files to be optional. The optional files are
    32     32   downloaded only, when a user explicitly declares that it wants &nbsp;to
    33     33   download the optional files. The end user user can adjust the maximum locally