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You must have a fully operational webserver in order to install and use Tiki. Tiki should run on any webserver that supports PHP (such as Windows IIS or lighttpd), but is most widely tested and used with Apache. You may need to make minor modifications for non-Apache webservers.
To simply installation on Windows IIs, Tiki is included in the Windows Web App Gallery and can be installed with the Microsoft Web Platform Installer. See Microsoft Web Platform installer for details.
Your webserver should be configured with the following minimum requirements:
Tiki requires a MySQL or MariaDB database. (version 5+)
The database can be installed in the same physical location of the webserver (that is, as localhost) or Tiki can access a remote database.
Articles can be used for date-specific news and announcements. You can configure articles to automatically publish and expire at specific times or to require that submissions be approved before becoming “live.” In addition to
categories and tags, articles include their own unique classification system of Topics and Types.
Forums are online discussions organized by topic (or thread). Tiki forums feature threaded or flat views, file attachments, moderation and queuing, monitoring (subscription) of particular forums or topics, and full usage of wiki syntax.
Computer files, videos or software for downloading. With check-in & check-out (lock)
Events calendar with public, private and group channels
Collections of graphic images for viewing or downloading (photo album)
Note: The Image gallery was deprecated in Tiki 4 in favor of the
Facts and figures storage & retrieval. A forms & database generator, with reporting. Can be used for a bug tracker, item database, issue tracker, etc
Collaboratively authored documents with history of changes. Tiki’s Wiki has all the features you could want from a first-rate wiki. Ex.: attach files, comments, history, images, warn on edit, page locking, powerful wiki syntax, etc
Navigable, interactive maps with user-selectable layers (requires mapserver)
Provide content organization and communication tools for registered users
Bookmark, User Preferences, Watch, User Menu, Task, Inter-User Messages, User Files, Notepad and Mini Calendar
Questionnaire with multiple choice or open ended question
Timed questionnaire with recorded scores
User-submitted Web links
Simple menu system which can optionally add an external web page in an iframe
To do list. Can send tasks to other users. Also shared group tasks.
Turn a wiki page into slideshow by using more than one title bar in the page. You can also make slideshows from a
structure. Here is a nice example of a slideshow about Using a Wiki as an Organizational Portal
Open source real-time collaboration tool. (Audio/Video/Screensharing/Chat)
This permits to capture your screen and upload to Tiki. Still image (that you can then Draw on) or short video with sound. This is thanks to the inclusion of the jCapture applet in Tiki.
Real-time group text chatting
Enable users to send internal messages to each other. (like email but internal to your tiki site). A broadcast is a message sent to many users, the message can be sent to a Tiki group or to all users (if permissions are ok).
Datasheets with calculations and charts
Frequently asked questions and answers
Content mailed to registered users
Online diaries or journals
One-on-one chatting with customer
Static and dynamic HTML content. Note: HTML can be used in wiki pages. This is a separate feature.
Use of Google Maps interactively inside Tiki.
Users upload files and store them in their tiki personal space, they can then download the files.
Users can write, upload, download and read notes. Notes can be read as raw text files or as Wiki pages interpreting the Wiki markup syntax. The user-quota that admin can control is used to set the maximum size that user notes can take.
Permits each user to have a personal wiki page.
Quick comment (graffiti) box. Like a group chat, but not in real time.
Basic form from visitor to admin
Give users Web-based access to their POP3 or IMAP e-mail accounts
Products or services can be maintained in wiki pages or
Pretty Tracker and added to Module Cart through the PluginAddToCart and sent to payment.
Users can identify other users as their friends.
The generated webhelp is a static representation of the structure with a js tree that can be used to navigate the structure and a search function, print function, history and some other gizmos.
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