Enabling a Captcha for TikiWiki anonymous visitors

When administrating a wiki site with TikiWiki, you may want to allow anonymous visitors to edit your wiki content. When you allow anonymous visitors edit, you can potentially have unwanted robots edit your site, filling in spam and unwanted content. “Robots” or “Bots” are automated crawlers that scan websites. Some robots are designed to add Read More >

How do I insert a Youtube video in TikiWiki

TikiWiki by default does not have any way of inserting a YouTube video through the WYSIWYG editor. To have YouTube videos displayed on your TikiWIki site, you can use the following code in your page. {YOUTUBE(movie=VIDEO_NUMBER,width=>425,height=>350,quality=>high, allowFullScreen=y)}{YOUTUBE} A typical YouTube video link for sharing YouTube videos looks like the following: http://youtu.be/TzzGPfVx32M The code that identify’s Read More >

Allow editing for the TikiWiki anonymous user

  This snapshot shows the edit feature missing from the default TikiWiki installation. Registered users can only edit TikiWiki sites by default. Some wiki software makes it default for “non registered“ or “Anonymous“ users to edit the site. TikiWiki is not set up this way. To allow Anonymous users access to edit your TikiWiki site Read More >