by a Guest - - November 26, 2011, 7:28 pm
I've been working with open source CMS for a while and can say that there is nothing close to Tikiwiki for combining everything under one roof.
by a Guest - Dan - January 25, 2012, 7:55 pm
You can create whatever page you want in a few minutes. Configuration is very easy, an amateur can create a super site with this plugin, and if you are advanced, then this is also fantastic.
The best, because you can create any type of website, and because it is the easier CMS to configure.
by a Guest - jasonjohnwells - November 12, 2013, 6:07 pm
The all-in-one approach is nice after spending to much time reviewing CMS plugins.
Many of the features are probably better done with other tools but they follow the 80/20 rule.
Their move to Boostrap is surely needed as up to Tiki 11 the theme options are limited.
With Tiki Suite in the works they are working on an entire small biz toolchain for web/desktop/mobile.
Good for for small biz that want tight integration among web tools and a "satsifising" strategy.
by a Guest - mike - February 16, 2018, 3:46 pm
a versatile tool to create a website to work ‘in the web’. Comprehensive, Real-time, Easy (but advanced features for expert users, too), Databases (no programming knowledge necessary!), Business-Grade (5-year LTS, no-external plugins to rely on).
by a Guest - Steve - May 7, 2020, 12:43 am
I have worked with TikiWiki since version many years and have found it useful for the quick and dirty task as well as the in-depth need. A basic useful site can be set up in minutes. A more complex feature rich site takes only a little more time using the preloaded plugins that are always version consistent without creating a cascade effect at upgrade time. It's also a breeze to add entirely new functionality with the modular architecture if you are so inclined.