Adding the S5 Presentation slide show plugin to DokuWiki

One way you can make your DokuWiki friendly for business education is to allow your pages to have a slide show presentation built into them. DokuWiki can be used as a business tool for giving slide show presentations using the “S5 Presentations” plugin. This is similar to looking at a Power Point presentation in Microsoft Read More >

Inserting an iframe with the iframe plugin in DokuWiki

DokuWiki, like most wiki software, does not allow certain HTML code to be placed inside the website. This is because wiki’s are designed to be open for all to edit and contribute to. Common hacks are done by using code in a site to compromise the software security. To get an iframe to work in Read More >

Installing plugins in DokuWiki

When working with DokuWiki there arises many instances where you will need to install a plugin. Plugins give functionality to your site that the default installation does not have available. DokuWiki has an relatively easy way to install plugins through the administrators dashboard. Below are the steps to install a plugin in DokuWiki. Steps to Read More >

Configuring the Multilingual Plugin in DokuWiki

Once you have the Multilingual plugin installed, you will need to configure and set up your pages in different languages. The Multilingual plugin creates a namespace for each language. Each language can be represented by a text link or by a flag that represents the language. See the image below for what the flags look Read More >

Installing the Multilingual Plugin for DokuWiki

DokuWiki is capable of making a multil language site. This functionality is not installed in new DokuWiki installations by default. In order to get the multi language functionality to work, you will need to use the “Multilingual Plugin“. The “Multilingual Plugin” does not translate your pages into a language. The plugin makes¬†namespaces particular to the Read More >

How to change the DokuWiki admin language

When you initially install DokuWiki you can set it up for a particular language. In the event you want to change the language for the DokuWiki interface, you can change the configuration file code to allow a different language. The Image to the right shows what the administrator section looks like with English as the Read More >

Installing the captcha plugin in DokuWiki

Wiki sites that have anonymous editing allowed will need to secure the Edit sections. This is to prevent Spam bots from filling the pages with spam links and unwanted content. DokuWiki has a plugin called “captcha” that protects your wiki pages from article and page edits by robots abd spam bots. The captcha plugin is Read More >

Installing the Modern Contact plugin in DokuWiki

Installing a Contact form on your DokuWiki site can be somewhat complex. DokuWiki does not have any contact form capability built into their software. In order for you to get a contact form on your DokuWiki site, you will need to use a plugin.  This tutorial will explain how to use the Modern Contact plugin Read More >

What is DokuWiki?

What is DokuWiki? DokuWiki is a Free Open Source wiki software designed by Andreas Gohr in 2004. If you are familar with Wikipedia, then you will unerstand what DokuWIki is designed for. Wiki software is designed primarily to store information and manage it with contributors to the site. In other words, wiki’s are an open Read More >

Controlling user access for edit pages in DokuWiki

DokuWiki by default allows all visitors of the site to edit your wiki pages. In some cases, random users can deface your wiki site and delete your pages. The image to the right will show the edit options available for any visitor on the site. To prevent only certain users for editing the site, you Read More >