Like pages

If enabled users can see a listing of pages named similarly to the current page.


If enabled users can see several charts or rankings about the Wiki.


If enabled then the user who last edited a page can undo his or her edit.


If enabled a section is provided where a user can select several Wiki pages and then view them in a printer-friendly version. This can be used to print multiple pages.

PDF generation

If enabled Wiki pages can be converted to PDF format for printing, archiving, or other purposes.


If enabled Wiki pages can have comments. This feature overlaps the Wiki Discussion feature, you can read the note about Wiki pages comments/discussion at the bottom of this page.


If enabled the spellchecker can be used for Wiki pages.

Minor Edits

Users with the right permission can do minor edits on Wiki pages. Minor edits are not reflected in the history and users watching the page are not notified of them.

Use templates

If enabled templates can be used to edit Wiki pages. The user editing a page can select one of the templates available for Wiki pages. See ContentTemplatesDoc? to learn how to create templates for wiki pages.

Warn on edit

If enabled then when a user is editing a page the edit button will be colored red and the name of the user editing the page will be displayed as a tooltip. If the user saves or cancels his or her edit or if the indicated amount of time passes the edit button will be displayed normally. This feature is useful to prevent collisions when editing pages.


If enabled users can quickly add an image to a Wiki page by simply uploading the picture when editing a page. The picture will be stored in img/wiki_up using the name of the picture as an Id.

Use page description

If enabled a description can be entered when editing a page and descriptions will be displayed below the page name when viewing a page.

Show page title

If enabled the page title will be displayed. If disabled no title will be displayed (and it will be hard to know what page you are editing!).

Cache Wiki pages

If enabled then Wiki pages can be cached, so the Tiki engine will not have to parse the page content to display it. After the indicated time passes or if the page is changed, the cache is invalidated.


If enabled logged users can write personal footnotes when editing a page. The footnotes will be displayed only to the user who edited them inmediately below the Wiki page. This can be used as a good way to let users make personal notes and observations about pages.

Users can save to notepad

If enabled and if the user's notepad feature is enabled and if the user is logged a save icon will be shown when viewing a page, letting the user save the page to his or her personal notepad.

Users can lock pages

If enabled then users with permission to lock pages can lock pages and only the user who locked a page or admin can unlock it.

Use WikiWords?

If enabled then words using the Wiki naming convention of Smashed words will automatically become links. WikiWords? start with capital letters and include capitals in the middle of the word (example: ThisIsAWikiWord).

Page creators are admin of their pages

If enabled then users who create a page are also in control of that page. They have administrators rights over it.

Table syntax

This selects the syntax to be used for new rows in tables. Can be || or "\n" (line break).
Example of both ways for inserting a new row
Using || for new rows

Using \n for new rows


Automonospaced text

If this is enabled, the Tiki code lines starting with at least one space are interpreted and rendered with monospaced font. Generally if you have occasional users this can get them puzzled and wondering what's happening.

Uses Slideshow

If enabled users can generate slideshows from structures.

  • Push the button, when finished to set preferences.

Wiki History

This panel is to control the deletion of old versions of Wiki pages.
Maximum number of versions for historydetermines how many versions of a Wiki page will be kept before older versions are deleted. This affects the level of undo that is possible, but also how much of the page's evolution you can see. This can be useful in a highly collaborative environment where it seems that some elements don't make sense anymore.
Never delete versions younger than days can be used as a basic way to avoid vandals(external link) or to make sure that editors can review all the changes done to a page if many edits were done in a short time.
  • Push the button to set preferences.


You can use or not the Copyright Management? to specify a content license under which all Wiki pages are published when submitted. License Page indicates the Wiki page containing the default license of your Wiki. It won't be created automatically. Submit Notice is seen when editing a Wiki page to indicate what content is suitable considering the license.
  • Push the button to set preferences.

Wiki Watch

The two first options automatize the monitoring of Wiki pages.
Create watch for author on page creation automatically makes a page creator monitor the page he created.
Enable watches on comments notifies monitorers of new comments, as for a new edit.
Used less often, Enable watch events when I am the editor cancels the normal behavior which assumes that editors do not want to be notified themselves when they modify a page they are monitoring.
  • Push the button to set preferences.

Contributors to this page: Elisenda_Trilla .
Page last modified on Friday 22 de October, 2004 09:31:01 CEST by Elisenda_Trilla.

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