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Wiki Plug-In for PHP webpages, and of course WordPress

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I modified an Erfurt Wiki script to work with WordPress and other php based webpages. The installation is really really simple and the wiki seems to work well for me. You can see it at work here:

http://mindfulmusings.net/weblog/aboutme.php

I have created a static about me page with this and plan to use it in the future for “free-for-all” blogging from time to time. I might find other uses for it as well.

All the instructions and the hack files can be downloaded here:
http://weblogtoolscollection.com/b2-img/wikihack.zip

Please post bugs and suggestions here.

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  1. Randy Brown (2 comments.) says:

    I am hoping to get some additional information on installing this. I installed it per the docs, but the wiki page would not display. I looked in the mySQL db and the “ewiki” table was not created. So, I’m wondering what I did wrong? Also, have you did an install of ewiki with WP that makes use of the newer ewiki version, or the full ewiki package?

    Thanks in advance.

  2. nofie (1 comments.) says:

    very cool! thanks anyway.

  3. Jorge (4 comments.) says:

    Next version of Wuhwuh will include the Wiki Hack? I really very interested in this good add-on for WP :smile:.



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