WikkaWiki (aka Wikka) is a flexible, lightweight, standards-compliant wiki engine which uses MySQL to store pages.
The software provides an intuitive interface for modifying page content, tracking and comparing revisions made by single users, and setting user access privileges.
It features W3 compliant XHTML and CSS output, several text formatting options, categories, a GUI for editing pages, support for images, tables, Flash objects, RSS feeds, FreeMind maps, advanced Access Control List management, referrers management, and text search functions. Designed for easy customizability, it aims at keeping its core as light as possible while maintaining an architecture that supports extensibility through plugin modules.
It was forked from WakkaWiki.
This wiki is designed for speed, extensibility, fine-grained access control and security.
- W3C compliant XHTML 1.0 transitional.
- Easily customizable layout (CSS 2.0) with CSS-driven print support.
- Global and page-level RSS feeds (RSS 0.92/2.0) with autodiscovery support.
- Easily customizable English interface.
- Footer comments (optional).
- Human- and Search-engine-friendly page titles.
- Page content can be rendered with or without formatting.
- SafeHTML function to filter potentially dangerous content.
- Fine-grained access control through:
- folder-level .htaccess files.
- global ACL.
- page-level ACL.
- Advanced referrer management with blacklist support.
- Page editing with WikkaEdit, page preview, edit notes support, search & replace handler, doubleclick quick editing.
- File uploading/downloading.
- Support for different types of embedded elements:
- tabular data.
- safe HTML code.
- RSS feeds.
- mindmaps, through built-in support for FreeMind data.
- A large selection of plugins and user contributions, including: calendar, feedback form, Google search form among others.
- RSS feed inclusion and RSS Auto Discovery.
- Advanced code highlighting (using GeSHi).
- WikiPing functionality (optional) to broadcast lists of recent changes to remote servers.
- Page PageOwnership and fine-grained page-level access control.
- Page categories.
- Page cloning utility.
- Pages can be safely embedded in each other.
- Advanced text searching.
- Revision management tools.
- Administration tools:
- Modules for user- and page administration.
- Mass user deletion.
- Mass page reversion.
- A large number of system configuration settings.
- List of recently registered users.
- Admin users and advanced ACL support for managing user privileges at individual page-level (read/write/comment).
- Page can be deleted by admins or page owner.
- Comments can be deleted by page owner, comment poster, or admins.
- Comments can be toggled off on individual pages.
- Optional gzip page compression.
Developer: Wikka Development Team
License: GNU General Public License v2.0
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