Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Do You Wiki?

A wiki is a Web-based application that allows a group of users to set up pages, and allows people to edit it and contribute to it within the web browser. It's a fascinating technology that has become very popular both on the Internet and inside organizations. Since the editable articles are generally available to anyone through the World Wide Web, wikis are also becoming more important to business operations as well--having a wiki that runs internally behind the corporate firewall is a very productive environment for employees to share company information, such as specifications and corporate tutorials, for example.

Have you ever wanted to start your own wiki website, like wikiHow, Wikipedia or Wikitravel? Here's how to set up your own wiki, which is quite easy with just a bit of research!

Things You Need

  • If hosting on your own server, rather than running one on a Wiki Farm like Wikia or YourWiki, remember that requirements may differ depending on the Wiki engine. MediaWiki's requirements, for example, are here.
  • A lot of time on your hands, and a lot of determination!
See the rest of the article here: 
http://www.wikihow.com/Start-a-Wiki

2 comments:

Tins and Treasures said...

I have a Wiki on my school web page. Do you use yours there?

RabbitHollowPrims said...

No don't have one but use other people's for info LOL

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