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PS-Wiki, ein mächtiges WordPress Wiki Plugin

PS-Wiki ist alles, was Du brauchst, um eine WordPress-Seite/Netzwerk in ein leistungsstarkes, benutzerfreundliches Wiki zu verwandeln.

Mit diesem ausgeklügelten, leistungsstarken Plugin kannst Du ganz einfach beliebig viele Wikis in WordPress, Multisite oder BuddyPress erstellen.

Enhanced integration with 7 built-in widgets.
Verbesserte Integration mit 7 integrierten Widgets.

Gebrauchsfertig verpackt

PS-Wiki funktioniert sofort und passt sich jedem WordPress-Theme an. Hole das Beste aus der Integration mit 7 integrierten Widgets heraus.

Erstelle einen Ort, an dem Benutzer in wenigen Minuten Ideen sammeln, entwickeln und austauschen können.

User friendly front end interface.
Benutzerfreundliche Frontend-Oberfläche.

Flexible Frontend-Steuerung

Die vollständig integrierte Front-End-Oberfläche erleichtert es jedem, Konversationen zu erstellen, zu bearbeiten, zu überprüfen oder daran teilzunehmen, ohne das WordPress-Dashboard zu verwenden.

Nimm Änderungen vor, verfolge den Fortschritt und überprüfe wichtige Änderungen erneut.

Quickly manage all your wikis from the dashboard.
Verwalte schnell alle Wikis über das Dashboard.

Power unter der Haube

Verwalte problemlos Hunderte von Posts, Updates und Diskussionen. PS-Wiki verwendet Wiki-spezifische Tags und Kategorien, um eine leistungsstarke Suchmaschine zu erstellen.

Lege fest, über welche Bearbeitungsfunktionen Benutzer für eine bessere Kontrolle und Informationsgenauigkeit verfügen.

To Get Started:

Start by reading Installing plugins section in our comprehensive WordPress and WordPress Multisite Manual if you are new to WordPress.

Login to your admin panel for WordPress or Multisite and activate the plugin:

  • On regular WordPress installs – visit Plugins and Activate the plugin.
  • For WordPress Multisite installs – Activate it blog-by-blog (say if you wanted to make it a Pro Sites premium plugin), or visit Network Admin -> Plugins andNetwork Activate the plugin.

Please note that default permalinks will not work if you are upgrading from Lite to the Full version. You will need to enable Pretty Permalinks.

Configuring the Settings

Once installed and activated, you will see a new Wikis menu item in your site’s dashboard.

Wiki menu

Let’s take a look through the settings at Wikis > Wiki Settings.

Wiki - Settings

The Wiki Slug is what appears in the URL of the users browser. You can change this to whatever best suits the content of your site’s wiki.

The Breadcrumbs setting allows you to customize the appearance of the breadcrumb trail that displays beneath the wiki title.

The What do want to call wikis and What do want to call sub-wikis settings adjust the labels that appear in the breadcrumb trail, and the list of sub-wikis that displays beneath every wiki.

The How should Sub-Wikis be ordered setting has 3 options to select from:

  • Menu Order/Order Created will display the sub-wikis exactly as they appear in your wp-admin. You can fine-tune this just like you can with your WordPress pages by entering a numerical value in the Order attribute field when creating/editing a wiki or via Quick Edit.
  • Title will display your wikis alphabetically according to their title.
  • Random is, well, random 🙂

What order should Sub-Wikis be ordered enables you to set the order as Ascending or Descending depending on what you had selected in the previous setting, and if you create a numerical order for them in the attributes. Note that this will have no effect if you had previously selected the Random option.

The Wiki privileges setting is so that you can select the user roles who are allowed to set editing privileges. Note that this only affects the front-end setting; if your users have access to your site’s dashboard to create wikis, they can change the editing setting there.

Wiki Privileges

That is it for settings, honestly we are set to go!

The Wikis

In the admin you can find a list of already created Wikis, if you have none yet then of course it would be empty for now but I’m sure it will not take long for your to fill it up. Go to Wikis > Wikis to see the list.

Wikis - Wikis menu

As you can see from the screenshot, when hovering over an item you get further options to edit, quick edit, trash and view. Those are standard WordPress standard features so we won’t go over them again. 🙂

Adding A Wiki

You can either click on Add Wiki from the page just mentioned or directly from the Wikis Menu:

Adding a new wiki is as simple as going to Wikis > Add Wiki.

Wiki - Add New Wiki menu

You’ll see a number of fields and options for creating new wikis.

You should be use to this part by now, its all WordPress baby! 🙂

Here’s a quick overview of the Wiki Editor inside the dashboard


Just like WordPress, do you want to allow comments? This allows your users to discuss wiki articles.

Wiki Privileges

Wiki privileges are about who you want to be able to edit your wikis.

There are 4 options:

  1. Anyone – Regardless of whether they are registered or not. (front end editor)
  2. Network Users – Anyone within your WordPress Multisite installation if enabled (front end editor)
  3. Sites Users – Only people with a role on the given website. (front end editor)
  4. Users who can edit posts – This restricts the permissions to only those with a role which would permit them to edit a normal WordPress post. (front end editor and advanced editor)

Not sure about roles? No worries, check out our article here.

Wiki E-mail Notifications

This allows people to subscribe for notifications of any changes to a given wiki article.


Allows you to change who the author is. (Yup another standard WordPress feature built right in!).

Publish module

Lets you select its status, if its public or not and when the article should be published.

Wiki Categories

Just add and check which categories are relevant to the the particular wiki article you are writing or editing.

Wiki Tags

Add the relevant tags for your wiki or select tags that have been used previously.


You can select whether the article is a child of another published previously. You can also set the order.

Featured Image

Just like WordPress posts you can also set a featured image. (How this displays is down to your theme)

Wiki Categories

Wiki categories are very similar to post categories. You can manage and edit wiki categories from Wiki > Wiki Categories.

Wiki - Wiki Categories menu

Just like all the other sections so far these should be real familiar to you (They exist in normal posts).

In here you can edit existing categories for the Wiki as well as add new ones:

You can add a full category name, slug and description in addition to setting a category as a parent or a child of another category. When done just click the Add New Wiki Category button

Wiki Categories - Add New

Wiki Tags

Very similar to the category section, except for tags, you can manage and edit wiki tags from Wiki –> Wiki Tags.

Wiki - Wiki Tags menu

You can add, edit and view existing tags as well as popular tags:

Wiki Tags - Index Page

As well as view popular tags:

Wiki Tags - Popular tags

The Front End Wiki Editor

This was the test Wiki article I made earlier, its simple nothing complex but hey you could be adding images or anything you need really. Let’s go through an overview of the front-end editor


This is of course the main page content you created.

Test wiki - Front of Wiki Article
The Discussion Tab

This will only show if you enable comments on this specific wiki article. This utilises the WordPress comments system to enable discussions so all those same rules apply here too.

Test wiki - Discussion Top
The Discussion Form

The discussion form uses the WordPress comment form.

Test wiki - Discussion Bottom
History tab

The History tab allows you to see the revisions and also compare them just like in a wiki normally.

Test wiki - History Top

As you can see, you are able to restore or compare versions so that changes maybe reverted later.

Test wiki - History Bottom
Edit Tab

Clicking on Edit allows you to edit the wiki article on the front end including options of who can edit it, whether or not email notifications are enabled along with the main body, category and tags.

Test wiki - Edit Wiki Top

Here’s other options you’ll see in Edit mode.

Test wiki - Edit Wiki Bottom
Advanced tab

Clicking on the Advanced tab takes you directly to the admin area where you can edit the wiki inside your dashboard.

Create New Tab

Clicking on Create New allows you to create a wiki article from the front end.


There are four wiki widgets you can add by going to Appearance > Widgets:

The Wiki widget will display all your wikis according to your settings.

Wiki Widget

The Wiki Categories widget displays a list of all active wiki categories (categories with no wikis in them yet will not display).

Wiki Widget Category

The Wiki Tags widget simply displays a list of tags used in your wikis.

Wiki Widget Tags

The Wiki Tag Cloud widget will display wiki tags in the ever-popular cloud format.

Examples anyone?

Here are some excellent examples of people using our Wiki plugin

Loaded with Features

Everything you need to create the next big wiki.

  • Works great with any theme
  • Complete front-end editing
  • Ability to be edited by anyone, or only registered users
  • Full revision history
  • Comprehensive notification systems
  • Breadcrumb & widget navigation
  • Wiki specific categories and tags
  • Integrated page discussion tools with gravatars
  • Great, simple editing functionality
  • WYSIWYG editing
  • Integrated front-end upload functionality
  • Video, image integration
  • BuddyPress and Multisite integration
  • Actively developed
  • Always updated, always supported
  • Guaranteed to work
  • Customised to meet members needs