Fill out the fields in the form below with the information requested.

If you make your microwiki.php file writable, MicroWiki will write the configurations directly back to the file. Otherwise, you will need to replace the current code with the code resulting from submitting the form.

Field Descriptions

Wiki Name
Set this to the name of your Wiki. This value appears as a heading in the default header on top of every page.

MySQL Server
Set this to the name of the ~MySQL Server. This is likely to be \"localhost\" in most installations. This value is not used when integrating withWordPress - Leave Blank!

MySQL User
Set this to the username required to log in to the ~MySQL database that will house your wiki. This value is not used when integrating withWordPress - Leave Blank!

MySQL Password
Set this to the password required to log in to the ~MySQL database that will house your wiki. This value is not used when integrating withWordPress - Leave Blank!

MySQL Database
Set this to the database name that will contain the wiki data. This database should already be created on your server. This value is not used when integrating withWordPress - Leave Blank!

Table Prefix
This character combination will be used on any tables created by MicroWiki.

Wiki Root Page
Set this to the WikiWord that you want to use for your default page.

Auto minor edit within minutes
Set this to the number of minutes that must pass before a new edit is not automatically marked as minor.

Retain history for # major edits
Set this to the maximum number of major edits that MicroWiki will keep for each wiki page.

Wiki page that contains the default footer
Set this to the WikiWord of the page that you want to use for the footer on every page.

Wiki page that contains the default header
Set this to the WikiWord of the page that you want to use for the header on every page.

Wiki page that contains the style sheet
Set this to the WikiWord of the page that will contain the CSS style sheet for use on every page.

Wiki page that contains the login form
Set this to the WikiWord of the page that will contain the login form for the wiki.

Keep this many pages in path history
Set this to the number of pages that MicroWiki will keep in a user's visit history.

URI for unknown link image
Set this to nothing if you want to use a text link on unknown links, like this: (?), or an image URI to use an image instead.

User Registration

This option has three settings:

none
No authentication. Any page can be edited by anyone.

integrated
Use passwords built into the wiki table. Any WikiWord can be used as a username. Assign a user's password as the password for a page for a user to use that name for a login.

WordPress
Use integrated WordPress authentication. Any WordPress author can modify wiki pages.

URL output structure

This option has two settings:

Friendly
This setting causes MicroWiki to produce neat URL links in the format XXX/WikiWord/Action/Label, where XXX is the root path to the MicroWiki file, WikiWord is the page to display, Action is the action to perform, and Label is the history number of the page to display. You will likely need to modify your mod_rewrite rules to get this to work properly.

Crufty
This setting causes MicroWiki to produce more widely compatible ~URLs that use querystrings to pass appropriate parameters to MicroWiki.


Installation Form

Wiki Name
MySQL Server
MySQL User
MySQL Password
MySQL Database
Table Prefix
Wiki Root Page
User Registration


Auto minor edit within minutes
Retain history for # major edits
Wiki page that contains the default footer
Wiki page that contains the default header
Wiki page that contains the stylesheet
Wiki page that contains the login form
Keep this many pages in path history
URL output style

URI for unknown link image