What you can do with DokuWiki

DokuWiki is a simple to use and highly versatile Open Source wiki software that doesn’t require a database. It is loved by users for its clean and readable syntax. The ease of maintenance, backup and integration makes it an administrator’s favorite. Built in access controls and authentication connectors make DokuWiki especially useful in the enterprise context and the large number of plugins contributed by its vibrant community allow for a broad range of use cases beyond a traditional wiki.

dokuwiki logoDokuWiki has many features and all of them are easy to learn. Also many more can be added through the free plugins. The list below should give you a first overview of what is available in DokuWiki.

Basic Features

  • Simple syntax
  • Unlimited page revisions
  • Recent changes
  • Colored side by side diff support
  • Uploading and embedding of images and other media
  • Customizable Interwiki links
  • Optional CamelCase support
  • Content can be categorized in namespaces, easily browsable through an automatic index
  • Configuring DokuWiki.

High Usability

  • Section Editing allows editing of small parts of a page
  • Toolbar and accesskeys make editing easy for both beginners and professionals
  • Easy navigation through breadcrumbs
  • Automatic table of contents generation
  • Locking to avoid edit conflicts
  • Automatic save to avoid content lost during editing

Access Control and Anti-Spam Measures

  • Simple support for read only pages
  • Extended Access Control Lists
  • Spam blacklist
  • Delayed Indexing
  • Mail address obfuscation and rel=nofollow support

International

  • Support for over 50 languages
  • Full UTF-8 support
  • Romanization support for nicer URLs
  • Optional automatic plural linking for English wikis

Fast

  • Index-based fast fulltext search
  • Pagecaching for quicker rendering
  • Ajax-enhanced interface

Extensible

  • Layout customizable through templates (over 80 already available)
  • Features can be extended through plugins (over 750 already available)
  • Great support from the community if you ever need help

Easy Integration

  • No database required, it uses plain text files
  • Syndication of recent changes as RSS or ATOM feeds
  • Authentication Backends for integrating with LDAP, MySQL, Postgres and others
  • Open Source and well documented source code…

and many more …

Source : https://www.dokuwiki.org

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