Wiki engines written in PHP.
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A wiki/ CMS dedicated to multilingual contents.
A free wiki engine written in PHP and MySQL available under the GPL. Site contains source code and documentation.
A minimalist wiki engine that is file-based and is encoded in a single document. Site contains downloads, a roadmap, as well as some plugins and templates.
Wikipedia's underlying open source wiki engine.
A light PHP/MySQL wiki engine with archived history, search, admin panel and skins (released under proprietary Particle Soft End User Licence).
Feature-rich implementation with support for various databases.
A simple-to-install system which allows password protection and organization of pages into groups (GPL).
Popular extension of Wikipedia's wiki engine with Semantic Web features, enabling better search and organization of wiki content.
A kitchen-sink content management system that combines wiki with a Slashdot-style article system, blogs, forums, image galleries, chat, and so on. Pear:DB backend, LGPL.
Small, lightweight, handy, expandable, multilingual Wiki-engine based on Wakka Wiki. WYSIWYG editor, easy installer, many localizations, email notification on changes/comments, several cache levels, design themes (skins) support, XHTML compliance, page rights (ACLs), page comments.
A small dual-mode wiki engine that can act as wiki sites and personal homepages.
Wiki Web Help
An AJAX based wiki engine designed to operate similar to a desktop help viewer.
A free PHP/ MySQL wiki engine based on forked code from WakkaWiki. Includes a GUI page editor, advanced syntax highlighting and mindmap support. Released under GPL.
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