PhpWiki: a PHP WikiWikiWeb – is not the only wiki engine written in PHP, in fact most of the wiki engines are written in PHP. PhpWiki is an enhanced clone, or fork of the original WikiWikiWeb, its information detailed at WikiWikiWeb on the original wiki: WikiWikiWeb, also known as Ward's Wiki. PhpWiki is available in a number of user languages, including: German, English, Spanish, Swedish, French, Italian, Japanese, Dutch, and Chinese.
The PhpWiki software, despite being first released in 2000, is still being actively developed, and even in 2018, is regularly downloaded from SourceForge. It is released as free and open source software (FOSS) under version 2 of the GNU General Public License (GPL v2). PhpWiki supports many of the original wiki syntax options, including: CamelCase, free links, backlinks, and interwiki, but notably not sister wiki. Redirects are available, as are image linking. Recent changes, wanted pages, orphaned pages, recent visitors, and popular pages (see also: wikiFactor) are all included; and more detailed statistical analysis is available via a plugin.
- PhpWiki wikiFactor information
- add ?MostPopular at the end of the URL –
- External links
- View a detailed feature list of PhpWiki on the WikiMatrix wiki engine comparison wiki-site.
- PhpWiki download — at SourceForge.net
- PhpWiki mailing lists — at SourceForge.net
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