Based on Wiwimod 0.8.3, SimplyWiki is a native WYSIWYG wiki module for ImpressCMS and XOOPS. After installing the module, simply start by editing the provided default home page to build your wiki. SimplyWiki can also be employed to build a content-rich, read-only site for your visitors.
SimplyWiki extends the core group permissions by allowing you to add custom profiles with different read/edit/administration permissions for each profile.
You can create links to new pages using CamelCase or surrounding your new page name with double square brackets [[Page Name]].
Longer pages can be split into multiple pages, using the [pagebreak] tag in your text.
Page hierarchy is supported with a Parent page for each page and breadcrumb links are at the top of every page.
A unique block can be displayed with related information - the SideContent block displays content based on the current page being viewed.
You can build a custom table of contents using the TOC block. The visible property of pages, combined with the appropriate permissions for each page provides this functionality.
Changes to pages can be saved as new revisions, providing you with a history of changes to each page, and this also gives you the ability to compare and restore earlier versions of the pages.
Welcome to SimplyWiki!
SimplyWiki is a native ImpressCMS module that brings the power of a wiki to your sites. SimplyWiki can be used in many ways - to create your own wiki with built in rich text (WYSIWYG) editors, to maintain a simple website, and to create content for specific groups of people. It supports multiple languages (even right-to-left languages), versioning, and work flows for document creation and approvals.
In addition to simple page creation and editing capabilities, there are several blocks you can activate and place on any page of your site -
Show Page allows you to display and embed a specific SimplyWiki page anywhere on your site.
Add Page gives you a block to easily create a new page.
Recent Changes is a list of recently created or modified pages.
List Pages gives you options to create different lists of pages - new pages, recently modified, number of revisions, last viewed date, number of views.
TOC (Table of Contents) is based on the 'Visibility' property of each page and the viewer's permissions.
Side Content (Related Content) is visible for pages you have assigned 'Side content' to