PmWiki project is a
wiki-based system for collaborative creation and maintenance of
websites. It offers a simple-to-install system which allows password
protection and organization of pages into groups.
PmWiki pages look and act like normal web pages, except they
have an "Edit"
link that makes it easy to modify existing pages and add new pages into
the website, using basic editing rules.
Users do not need to know or use any HTML or CSS. Page editing
can be left open to the
public or restricted to small groups of authors.
The PmWiki wiki markup shares similarities with MediaWiki
(used by Wikipedia). The PmWiki markup engine is highly customizable,
allowing adding, modifying or disabling markup rules, and it can
support other markup languages.
| PmWiki 2.2.62
Free to download
GNU GPL v2
PHP 4.1+ or later with mbstring, pcre, libxml and session extensions
Webserver that can run PHP (e.g. Apache)
to Wiki Home Page
- Focuses on ease of installation, configuration, and
management. PmWiki primarily stores its data in
ASCII files rather than in a database
- Templates: PmWiki offers a template scheme (skins) that
makes it possible to change its layout
with a high degree of flexibility in both functionality and appearance
- Access control: PmWiki permits users to establish password
protection for individual pages or groups of pages. Password protection
can be applied to
reading, editing, uploading to and changing passwords for the
- Customization: PmWiki's core engine design encourages
customization with a varied selection of custom extensions,
collectively known as the "Cookbook"
- Wiki SPAM Protection
- Authentication Backends. Pmwiki authentication may be
administered in various ways. This may be done at the configuration
file level, via .htaccess files, LDAP, Active Directory and MySQL
- Change Summary
- Page History and Revision Differentials
- Page Indexing
- Full-Text Searching
- Customizable Page Indexing Output
- Email/RSS Notification
- Conflict Resolution
- Page Redirection
- Unicode/Localization Support
Last Updated Thursday, March 27 2014 @ 03:54 PM EST