How do I create a wiki?
How long does it take for my account to be setup?
All wikis are setup instantly.
What do I do after my wiki is created?
The very first step is to create a new user account on your wiki. The first account created becomes the Bureaucrat/Sysop (Administrator) with all privileges. You can then add a logo, edit the design, and begin adding articles.
How do I change my wiki's logo?
Simply go to MediaWiki:sidebar-logo and enter the URL to your logo. For example, http://test.wikkii.com/wiki/MediaWiki:Sidebar-logo (replace "test" with your wiki subdomain). It can be an image uploaded to your wiki, or an external image. Recommended size: 135px X 135px (max 150px X 150px). You should enter the full URL, for example: http://wikkii.com/images/logo-wiki.jpg
What extensions do you have installed?
To view all our installed extensions, please see the Special:Version page.
What skins are available?
Can my wiki be private?
Yes, it is possible to make your wiki private, and only viewable to select users whom you must promote to Administrators. You can limit access to your wiki by going to Special:Farmer/admin. For example. http://test.wikkii.com/wiki/Special:Farmer/admin. From there, simply disable access to both reading and editing of pages for every visitor and also for logged-in users. You can also make it semi-private and viewable by registered users only, and block guest access by allowing logged-in users read and edit permissions.
Please note that if you set Edit pages for logged in users to No, then no-one will be able to edit pages, not even administrators. To allow only admins to edit pages, then you should set Edit pages for logged in users to Yes, then Protect every page that you create. This makes it so that only an admin can edit the page, and no-one else.
Will you ever delete my wiki?
We may remove wikis for the following reasons:
- No changes made nor content added within 7 days of wiki creation.
- Created as a spam wiki or a wiki filled with unchecked spam.
- Adult or illegal material.
This is to help maintain a clean and active network, and free up sub-domains for others who may wish to use them.