WackoWiki is a small, lightweight, handy, expandable, multilingual Wiki-engine.
WackoWiki is a fork of WakkaWiki.
Highlights of the software include a WYSIWYG editor, easy installer, many localizations, email notification on changes/comments, several cache levels, design themes (skins) support, XHTML compliance, page rights (ACLs), and page comments.
- All features from WakkaWiki, including installer & upgrader:
- Very lightweight.
- Small codebase.
- Designed for speed and extensibility.
- Quick and easy installation.
- Integrated user management.
- Access control through per-page access control lists.
- Integrated page commenting functionality.
- What You Think Is What You Get editing.
- Full revision control.
- Easily customizable.
- Supports multiple sites running of the same Wakka installation.
- Clusters & relative addressing.
- Page watching & email notification on changes/comments (simple diff included in email), RSS.
- Enhanced What You Think Is What You Get editing — table markup, OpenWiki-compatible markup.
- Links can be CamelCase or FreeLinks.
- Powerful diff between revisions.
- Several levels of caching (backlinks, pages) bring significant performance gain compared to Wakka.
- Automatic Table Of Contents generation.
- On-the-fly correction of punctual typos & spec. characters.
- Design themes (skins) support (3 themes are included in the package).
- Clean user interface.
- Uploads per page or global.
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