Redirecting pages in TikiWiki

When pages are deleted or renamed, there is a chance that Google may have cached the page in their web crawler. Also, someone could have book marked the page. To Keep these deleted and renamed pages from getting a “404 not found error“, you can set up redirects in your Tiki pages to redirect the Read More >

Renaming pages and Structures in TikiWiki

As time goes on with your TikiWiki site, some pages may need to be renamed to better represent your wiki information. “Pages” and “Structures” are the basis of your TikiWiki site structure. The following sections will explain how to rename the pages and structures in TikiWiki. Note! The page name is a part of the Read More >

How to delete and restore pages in TikiWIki

Once pages are created in TikiWiki, you can begin to edit them. Because the TikiWIki site is accessible for anyone to edit, occasionally you may have a person deface a page.  This article will explain how to edit, delete, and restore pages in TikiWIki. Deleting and Restoring pages The nice thing about TikiWiki is that Read More >

Creating structures or table of contents in TikiWiki

The previous tutorial explained how to create pages in TikiWiki. In TikiWiki, pages can be organized into categories that make the subject easier to navigate. These categories in TikiWiki are called Structures. This allows the writer of the page to create multiple pages related to one subject. This is a fast and user friendly way 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 >

Redirecting pages in DokuWiki

When removing pages from your DokuWiki site, you will need to set up a redirect to prevent users from getting 404 not fopund errors.  Sometimes when users bookmark pages or when Google caches a removed page people will get 404 not found pages. In order to redirect a page, you will need to use a Read More >

How to delete and rename namespaces in DokuWiki

DokuWiki sites are constantly changing due to the contributions of the website patrons. When topics get too big, change in scope, or become obsolete, it becomes necessary to rename or delete the namespaces from DokuWiki. This article will go through the steps in renaming and deleting namespaces form DokuWiki. Renaming a namespace in DokuWiki Login Read More >

How to create namespaces in DokuWiki

What is a Namespace? A Namespace is a folder location where your page resides, much like how you can organize files on your computer using folders and subfolders, wiki pages are organized into Namespaces. For information on creating pages, please click here. Namespaces are crucial for organizing your pages within your wiki. In other words, Read More >

How to edit and delete DokuWiki pages

Editing pages in DokuWiki is a basic process of creating a wiki. Users visiting the site have the ability to edit pages by default. In some cases, users can edit or delete a page by accident. other times, a malicious use my deface a page. Pages created in Dokuwiki are stored as revisions. These can Read More >