Wiki is a piece of server software that allows users to freely create and edit Web page content using any Web browser. It supports hyperlinks and has a simple text syntax for creating new pages and crosslinks between internal pages on the fly.
There are many CMS to build your Wiki site, but in this occasion I will recomend you 5 best plugin to help you build your own Wikipedia. I don’t know why I love number ‘5’ :p
WordPress Wiki Plugin List
This plugin made by the guys at Instinct (who brought you the famousWordPress e-Commerce Plugin) have developed a new plugin that adds Wiki functionality to your WordPress powered website.
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You can get two-in-one, both plugin and themes. WordPress Wiki Theme will transform your WordPress blog into Wiki site. You can add article, FAQ, add rate content, etc.
The author offers you free and pro. If you download the free one, users can add or edit posts in your blog. But if you choose Pro, anyone can edit your content. The difference is only ‘user’ and ‘anyone’.
Basic Wiki functionality for your blog.
- Content menu code based entirely on Matt Beck’s wiki-menus plugin.
- Footnotes code based entirely on Andrew Nacin’s simple footnotes plugin.
- Wiki style [[ … ]] interlinking based entirely on harleyquinedotcom’s Interlinks plugin.
- Capabilities/roles uses code by Justin Tadlock
- amended and hacked together by Rich Pedley
This plugin uses custom post types. And that’s pretty much it. It creates a new custom post type (
wpwtds_article) that can be accessed from the Wiki != suck menu it adds to your sidebar (!= is “not equal to” in coder jargon). Wiki articles are posted with the
wiki slug, so your URLs will look like
Okay, that’s all about it. If you interested to build Wiki site from your existing WordPress blog you can choose on of them
If you have another options you can share it on comments box