A wiki is a CMS that allows anybody (or almost anybody) to edit it.

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Wiki Application With A Reputation System

I'm really impressed with Stack Exchange's concept of reputation (you gain reputation as you post, and the more you post, the more privileges you get), and I want to apply the concept to a wiki that I ...
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How does Wikipedia's SEO work?

I'm currently developing an app for Android and iOS and of course I'm thinking about the best ways to market it. Last night I Googled somebody else's app and the third link in was a Wikipedia page ...
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Which wikis have MarkDown support? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Which Content Management System (CMS) should I use? There exist a MarkDown extension for MediaWiki, but it is very buggy. Does anyone know of wikis that support ...
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Add Protocol for MediaWiki Links Besides HTTP

Is there a way to add protocols to linking for MediaWiki? For example: Works: [http://www.google.com Google] Doesn't work: [ftp://www.someplace.com Some FTP place] Doesn't work: ...
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SEO wikipedia content and blockquote - duplicate content

I have a large website that aggregates content both from the websites and Wikipedia. Even thought it's someone else content, the way it's combined is unique ad provides a valuable user experience ...
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Which Bliki (Blog+Wiki) solution can you recommend? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Which Content Management System (CMS) should I use? I'm searching for a good Bliki solution, meaning a combination of blog and wiki that I can install on my own web ...
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way for teachers to post homework assignments

What kind of product would work to provide a feature on a school website to allow teachers to post homework assignments and allow students / parents to quickly find the assignments by class and ...
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Best wiki engine to use? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Which Content Management System (CMS) should I use? I'm looking to set up a wiki as a simple CMS for a resource page. Mostly just pdfs and word documents will be hosted, ...
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How are the sitemaps of big sites generated?

The question is related to my questions about things the filesystem of Wikipedia and generating sitemap for Wikipedia. It is more general. Problem: Suppose a site on MediaWiki with about 10,000 ...
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quick wiki solution with inline editing [and AJAX]?

I am trying to set up a site which will implement a fast, lightweight wiki engine: double click anywhere to append or change text press a green button to add a resource drag a link to reorder/add ...
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What is a good method for creating a guide for standardized markup?

I need to create a guide or wiki that outlines different standardized techniques for marking up reusable elements in our software. When adding new features our developers are often able to reuse or ...
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Can Wikipedia content be used on a custom wiki on a site?

I am using Wikipedia content (100+ pages) on a site just as 'articles' and changing certain links within articles from linking to wiki to linking to that source article within that article in 'my' ...
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Run external application on markdown source in ikiwiki

Can I add a button to each wiki page in ikiwiki which launches an external application (on the client side) or script with the markdown code of the current page as input? Edit: I didn't realize that ...
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What platform do I need? Wiki, Tiki, or something else [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Which Content Management System (CMS)/Wiki should I use? I need to set up a collaborative website, like a wiki but where the items have a predefined structure. For ...
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Could any current, well supported CMS support a live action role playing game? [duplicate]

A group of friends and I are looking to create a system which will support and allow interactions between a group of up to 70 people using mobile devices (phones and tablets) as part of a science ...
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Turnkey software for a community website [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Which Content Management System (CMS) should I use? I'm looking for some software to run a small community website. Ideally, what I want is: A wiki Static pages of ...
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How to eliminate /wiki/ directory in rewrite rule on a site dedicated for a wiki

I have set up a subdomain of my site (for the purposes of this question I'll call it wiki.example.com), installed a wiki there, and set up URL rewrite according to the article on MediaWiki's website ...
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Looking for a CMS including Wiki, possibility to comment on individual paragraphs of the wiki and making these comments visible on the same page [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Which Content Management System (CMS) should I use? I am looking for a specific CMS including Wiki, possibility to comment on individual paragraphs of the wiki and ...
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pulp pedia article deletion [closed]

I hope this is the correct stackexchange subsite if not I apologise. I would like to delete an article from PULP PEDIA, a horrifically rude and not funny website to mimic original wikipedia posts and ...
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Wiki Incorporating LaTeX and PHP

I'm a little overwhelmed by the myriad of wiki solutions available. Let me briefly describe what I will be doing and what I think I need. If there are more questions you can ask to help narrow the ...
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Is it possible to use both align and size parameters for images in MoinMoin?

I'm getting a 500 Internal Server Error if I try something like {{attachment:image.png|alt text|width=100 align="left"}}, both in the wiki I am actually trying to edit (https://live.gnome.org/) and in ...
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Secure enterprise wiki technology? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Which Content Management System (CMS) should I use? I'm looking for a secure wiki technology that will allow shared note taking and documentation. Security, ...
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Which wiki system is better suited?

For my website and coming all sites from now on, i want to have a wiki system, which can - 1) Support internalization easily, that is the wiki has a system to serve contents based on the language ...
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Dokuwiki: Moving Just the data directory on other server

I have installed dokuwiki on IIS7. As per my teams requirement we have to move just the Data directory to other server location. e.g - IIS7 installed Dokuwiki location: ...
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Invalid categories

I created a sub-category using an ampersand in its name. I somehow managed to successfully place this category into another category and now I'm unable to remove it. To further complicate this ...
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what would be a good wiki platform for research labs [duplicate]

e.g., i need to manage different projects, share informations, teach new lab members, write and share lab reports, some to be public, and some to be private/protected. any good suggestion? i can ...
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Wiki/Collaboration software: TWiki vs. XWiki vs. MediaWiki

As the title suggests, I'm interested in which of these Wikis is the best solution to use. I'm concerned with: Features the page editor provides (not all users will be keen on learning new syntax); ...