DokuWiki is a standards compliant, simple to use wp>Wiki, mainly aimed at creating documentation of any kind. It is targeted at developer teams, workgroups and small companies. It has a simple but powerful syntax which makes sure the datafiles remain readable outside the Wiki and eases the creation of structured texts. All data is stored in plain text files -- no database is required.

Read the DokuWiki Manual to unleash the full power of DokuWiki.

DokuWiki is available at

All documentation and additional information besides the syntax description is maintained in the DokuWiki at

About DokuWiki

* A feature list :!:
* Happy Users
* Who wrote about it
* What Bloggers think
* Compare it with other wiki software

Installing DokuWiki

* System Requirements
* Download DokuWiki :!:
* Change Log
* How to install or upgrade :!:
* Configuration

Using DokuWiki

* Wiki Syntax
* The manual :!:
* Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
* Glossary
* Search for DokuWiki help and documentation

Customizing DokuWiki

* Tips and Tricks
* How to create and use templates
* Installing plugins
* Development Resources

DokuWiki Feedback and Community

* Subscribe to the newsletter :!:
* Join the mailing list
* Check out the user forum
* Talk to other users in the IRC channel
* Submit bugs and feature wishes
* Share your experiences in the WikiMatrix forum
* Some humble thanks

2004-2010 (c) Andreas Gohr ((Please do not contact me for help and support -- use the doku>mailinglist or forum instead)) and the DokuWiki Community

The DokuWiki engine is licensed under GNU General Public License Version 2. If you use DokuWiki in your company, consider donating a few bucks ;-).

Not sure what this means? See the FAQ on the Licenses.