The open source wiki engine that powers Wikipedia.
MediaWiki is free and open-source wiki software which helps your team collaborate and makes documentation of internal or external processes easier. It runs on many websites, including Wikipedia, Wiktionary, Wikimedia Commons and more. MediaWiki software is written in the PHP programming language and it works by storing the contents into a database. Like WordPress, which is based on a similar licensing and architecture, it has become the dominant software in its category. Since it’s launch, MediaWiki’s development has been coordinated by the Wikimedia Foundation.
Besides its use on Wikimedia sites, MediaWiki has been used as a knowledge management and content management system on many thousands of websites, public and private.
- Internationalization and localisation
- Visual Editing Interface (and editing in wiki markup language)
- Rich content functionalities
- Tracking edits
- Content organization (pages, sub-pages, tags, categories etc )
- Customization and Templates
When a user submits an edit to a page, MediaWiki writes it to the database, but without deleting the previous versions of the page, thus allowing easy reverts in case of vandalism or spamming. MediaWiki can manage image and multimedia files, too, which are stored in the filesystem. For large wikis with lots of users, MediaWiki supports caching and is able to support such requests.
Stay focused on collaborating and let us take care of the rest.
If you need to host your MediaWiki instance feel free to contact our team and get human and friendly support through our support portal.
Cloud68 provides you with:
- a ready2use MediaWiki instance
- custom domain
- admin access
- latest stable updates
- friendly human support
MediaWiki can be self-hosted, or you can choose a professional service to do set it up for you. Our professional team members are long time Mediawiki users and project contributors can help you set up your instance, and guide you to get the best of of this software.
- MediaWiki features • Internationalization and localisation
• Visual Editing Interface
• Rich content functionalities
• Tracking edits
• Content organization (pages, sub-pages, tags, categories etc )
• Customization and Templates
- Offical website mediawiki.org
- Terms of service You can read them here
- License GPLv2