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General FeaturesPageWork Details
Version 0.4.8
Last Release Date 2010-07-20
Author Pitt Murmann
Free and Open Source Yes
License GPLv3
Programming Language PHP
Data Storage Files, DB
License Cost/ Fee none
Development status Mature
Intended Audience Medium-sized sites
System RequirementsPageWork Details
Operating System Any
Root Access No
Webserver Any
Other Requirements DBA with bdb or qdbm support
DatastoragePageWork Details
Text Files Yes
PostgreSQL No
Oracle No
SQLite Patch
BerkeleyDB Yes
Security/Anti-SpamPageWork Details
Page Permissions Yes
Authentication Backends Proprietary
Host Blocking No
Mail Encryption No
nofollow Yes
Blacklist No
Delayed Indexing Yes
Development/SupportPageWork Details
Commercial Support No
Preconfigured Hosting Yes
Code Repository  
Issue Tracker  
Mailing List  
Support Forum  
IRC Channel  
Common FeaturesPageWork Details
Preview Yes
Minor Changes Yes
Change Summary Yes
Page History Yes
Page Revisions Unlimited
Revision Diffs Between all
Page Index Yes
Plugin System Yes
Special FeaturesPageWork Details
Unicode Support Yes
Right-to-Left Support Optional
Interface Languages 2 languages
German, English
Email notification No
Comments Discussion Pages
Categories Yes
Namespaces Yes
Page Redirection Yes
Conflict Handling Conflict Detection
Search Full Text
Wiki Farming Yes
Structured Data Yes
LinksPageWork Details
CamelCase Yes
Freelinks Yes
Backlinks Yes
InterWiki Yes
SisterWiki Optional
Image Links Yes
Windows Shares No
Page Redirects Yes
Syntax FeaturesPageWork Details
HTML Tags All
Math formulas Plugin
Tables simple
CREOLE support No
Markdown Support No
Textile Support No
BBCode Support No
Emoticon Images No
Syntax Highlighting Yes
Footnotes Yes
Quoting Yes
Internal Comments Yes
Custom styles Optional
FAQ Tags Plugin
Content Includes Yes
Feed Aggregation Yes
UsabilityPageWork Details
Section Editing Yes
Page Templates Yes
Double-Click Edit No
Toolbar Yes
WYSIWYG Editing No
Access Keys Yes
Auto Signature No
StatisticsPageWork Details
Recent Changes Yes
Wanted Pages Yes
Orphaned Pages Yes
Most/Least Popular No
Recent Visitors No
Analysis No
OutputPageWork Details
HTML XHTML 1.0 Strict
CSS Stylesheets Yes
Printer Friendly Print View
Mobile Friendly Optional
Themes & Skins Optional
RSS Feeds Yes
ATOM Feeds Yes
Abbreviations Yes
Auto-TOC Yes
Raw Export Plugin
HTML Export Plugin
XML export No
PDF Export No
Media and FilesPageWork Details
File Attachments Yes
Media Revisions Yes
Embedded Flash Yes
Embedded Video Yes
Image Editing No
SVG Editing No
MindMap Editing No
Media Search Keywords
ExtrasPageWork Details
Calendar Plugin
Image Galleries Plugin
Forums Plugin
Blogs Plugin
Ticket System Plugin
Syntax ExamplesPageWork Details
Internal Link
[[link|alternate text]]
External Link
= L1 =
== L2 ==
=== L3 ===
==== L4 ====
===== L5 =====

= L1
== L2
=== L3
==== L4
===== L5
Bold Format
This is '''bold''' (or rather, strong).
This is **bold**, too.
Italics Format
This is in ''italics'' (or rather, emphasized).
This is in //italics//, too.
Underline Format
This is __underlined__.
Monospace Format
This is %%monospaced%%.
Strikethrough Format
This is --not-- important.
Superscript Format
a^^2^^ = b^^2^^ + c^^2^^
Subscript Format
p^^^n^^^ := {x^^^n^^^, y^^^n^^^, y^^^n^^^}
{{image|image_file.suffix|alternate text}}
{{figure|image_file.suffix|caption text}}
Aligning Text
{{p|align:left|text of paragraph}}
{{p|align:center|text of paragraph}}
{{p|align:right|text of paragraph}}
Text Indentation
> L1 quote
>> L2 quote
Bulleted Lists
* one
* two
** two alpha
** two beta
* three
Numbered Lists
# one
# two
## two alpha
## two beta
# three
Definition Lists
: term : definition
Horizontal Rule

» PageWork DocumentationPageWork Details

A PHP/DBA-based Web 2.0 framework, PageWork is a wiki that focuses on fast content delivery as well as an adaptable code library. It explicitly separates the volatile run-time environment of hosted sites from the encapsulated said library, and thereby emphasizes the idea of wiki farming.

All pages and files undergo revision control. In combination with users and groups, access to resources is controlled by ACLs that resemble traditional Unix file access permissions. Features include tagging, front-end/back-end separation, SEO, media and meta data management, comments, breadcrumbs, bookmarks, templates, personal memos, Atom/RSS feeds, resource caching, as well as site-wise and personal customization.

The default software distribution is based on PHP's DBA architecture, and prefers Berkeley DB or qdbm as its native data storage. However, the underlying storage technology can be customized or replaced.


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