This free wiki app allows you to create your own wiki inside your tablet or smartphone.
Great for jotting down notes, writing memo's or authoring your next book in the convenient and uncluttered style of a wiki! 'Website Wiki' from 'Fun Apps for Free' offers the following benefits that might not be found on other similar wiki apps:
- Create as many wiki's as you like! Simply select the 'New' button to create a new wiki, e.g. one for a fansite, another for your knowledge-base, and another for your book.
To change wiki, simply touch the 'Open' button. All wiki's are saved in their own parent directories under the app folder.
- Run your wiki from your website! Each wiki that is created can be copied directly onto a PHP-installed webserver (tested on php 5.2 and 5.6), and displayed as a website!
Just make sure to copy with all folders and files intact from the wiki parent folder on your device to your website.
To access the wiki on your website, your visitor simply needs to point their browser to auto-generated index.html or index.php in the website parent directory.
A working demonstration of a website wiki generated from this app can be found at http://www.funappsforfree.com/websitewiki/examplesite.
- This in-app wiki displays image, video and audio files! To display an image, video or audio file, simply drop the file into the wiki subfolder begining with the same letter as the file, e.g. copy the file 'some_video.mp4' that is in the wiki called 'fanzine' to the your device folder 'root/WebsiteWiki/websitewiki/fanzine/s', then in the wiki, insert the wiki markup '[[File:some_video.mp4]]'.