Create your own wiki !
Your wiki adapts to the width of your screen: Smartphone, Phablet, Tablet, computer...
Semantic structure of your articles
Semantic MediaWiki offers you the possibility of tagging the pages of your wiki to better find them later. You then have features such as: fine queries, intuitive searches, statistics and personalized dashboards so you don't waste any more time.
Visual Editor allows you to edit each of the wiki articles in WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) mode. No need to know wiki syntax to format the content of the pages.
Test on MediaWiki.org
Stay informed of your wiki news
Echo allows you to receive notifications following various actions on the wiki (page deleted, link created, message received...)
Advanced full-text search with Elastic Search
Use the power of Elastic Search within your wiki and benefit from an improved full-text search: management of accents and proposal of terms close to the query.
Keep an eye on all the changes with the version history. Go back to an older version if you have a problem.
Take advantage of an improved chat interface.
Navigate more easily through the pages of a PDF file.
Easily access all useful links for administrators.
Easily replace text on all Wiki pages at the same time.
Display code in the language of your choice directly on a Wiki page.
Cite : Add references, Semantic Drilldown: Filtered search, Bootstrap: simple HTML formatting...
Frequently Asked Questions
Who can use a Wiki ?
A wiki, with its great flexibility, can be used from the individual wishing to create his personal wiki, to the large group or the public entity (ministry...) through the start-up in order to create a knowledge base..
How do you access the wiki? And what about security?
Access your wiki securely in SAAS mode from any connected device with a simple web browser.
These companies use our wiki
MediaWiki and Semantic MediaWiki consultant. Founder of the company Sémantiki, collaborative web platforms in 2012.
MediaWiki consultant and system administrator. Contributor to MediaWiki since 2008 and consultant since 2015.
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