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MediaWiki

Category : Wikis
Version : 1.23
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Space Required : 77.01 MB
Release Date : August 27th, 2014

Overview


MediaWiki is one of the best free open source software choices for PHP and it was originally set up for posting on Wikipedia. It has since moved into being used for other projects with the Wikemedia Foundation and is translated into several languages. It's free software that is meant to be run on a large server farm where the sites get millions of hits per day. It helps users with the ability to edit their pages quickly and easily. The software is scalable and powerful and uses a feature-rich implementation that includes PHP to process and display data, whether new or previously posted.


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Features


  • Links with shortcuts, arrangement depends on skin
  • Skins: Different ways to present the site.
  • User styles: Users can adapt the look and feel of the site through custom CSS on their user pages.
  • "Stub" threshold: Users can see links to articles below a certain size rendered in a different color
  • Printable versions of articles can be generated
  • Auto-number headings in an article (optional)
  • Intra-page Anchors
  • Generate a table of contents for long articles (optional)
  • Automatically turn ISBN numbers into links to an editable list of booksellers
  • XHTML-compatible output (or darn close to it), tidy integration
  • Watchlist Every page has a link "Watch this article for me".
  • User contributions in the sidebar of each user page list all articles the user has worked on, according to the database.
  • Extended recent changes with dynamic collapsing of edits to the same article and quick links to diff the edit, show the article history, show the user page, show the user talk page, or block the user (for sysops)
  • "Related changes": View a filtered version of Recent Changes to the pages linked from the current page.
  • Side-by-side diffs - the diffs are shown side-by-side, and changed portions of lines are highlighted, making it much easier to see what's what. Additionally, a diff is shown during an edit conflict so you can see exactly what you need to reintegrate.
  • Real names. Users can (optionally) specify a "real name" they want to use for author credits.
  • On-page credits. Administrators can enable an on-page paragraph giving credit to editors who've worked on a page.

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