TikiWiki has to be one of the easiest wiki scripts to use. I have tried my hand at installing and using a number of them, and when somebody asks me, “Which wiki script should I use?” I always turn back to TikiWiki. So what makes it so great? Let us first take a look at the features:
Here are some of the features of TikiWiki:
- Wikis (like Wikipedia)
- Forums (like phpBB)
- Blogs (like WordPress)
- Articles (like Digg)
- Image Gallery (like Flickr)
- Map Server (like Google Maps)
- Link Directory (like DMOZ)
- Multilingual (like Babel Fish)
- Bug tracker (like Bugzilla)
- RSS feeds (in & out)
- Free source software (LGPL)
TikiWiki has been developed since 2002, making it a very mature open source wiki script. It also has a lot of content management system features built into it too. It is like the perfect balance between a wiki and a CMS. Tiki has been downloaded more than 1,000,000 times – will you be 1,000,001?
Want to pick up TikiWiki to use on your own web hosting account? You can download it from info.tiki.org.