Category:EditMe

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About
Main topic: WikiFarm
Founded by: Matt Wiseley (founder and CTO)
Owner / CEO: Dean Dorazio (CEO)
Engine: CustomEngine
Status: Active
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EditMe is a wiki hosting service, aka a 'wiki farm', the first with WYSIWYG editing, and offers full design customization, and an embedded JavaScript development platform. EditMe LLC. hosts wikis and websites for a monthly fee, starting at $4.95 per month, and also provides professional enterprise services to customize sites and build custom web applications that extend the base wiki publishing feature-set, including content management. The service is well suited for both traditional public-facing websites, as well as wikis. Unlike many wiki hosts, EditMe places no ads and none of its own branding on your wiki. You have complete creative control over the design of your site. EditMe does omit a number of features and syntax functions that are common on other wiki engines; these include no support for backlinks, interwiki and sisterwiki – the omission of the latter two would severely restrict EditMe from use by large multi-departmental, and / or multilingual global corporations. EditMe is seemingly suitable for small- to medium-sized companies who operate in just one language, that being English.

EditMe was launched in 2003 by Matt Wiseley. Documentation and support information for EditMe is maintained in a somewhat dormant but useful wiki – EditMe Customer Wiki at wiki.EditMe.com

  • View a detailed feature list of EditMe on the WikiMatrix wiki engine comparison wiki-site.
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