A WikiWikiWeb allows its users to quickly and easy add or change pages. Its best use is for collecting informations to one very specific subject to build a powerful knowledge base. But without contributors or editorial staff it won't be a very useful tool.

For informations on how to contribute read the notes about how to CreatePages? and the summary of available WikiMarkup, then try out the EditThisPage link on the bottom of the SandBox.

As a visitor you might want to SearchPages or go to the list of NewestPages. There are also lists of the MostVisitedPages, MostOftenChangedPages and recently UpdatedPages.

Serious concerns about the open approach

When someone runs a page where anyybody can change things, there are risks.

While many contributors add useful notes and information, there also can be black sheep who annoy others or delete content in an attempt to bring some fun to their lives. Even if it is rather easy to bring back lost content due to the unremovable version history, this can be a lot of effort because of the amount of free time 5th grade pupils usually have.

Therefor you should know how to prevail people upon keeping nice most of the time. Restricting a wiki with some sort of authentication mechanism, which requires users to register before they're allowed to do anything, would really hurt the whole concept; you should then instead try PhpNuke or similar portal software.


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