Learn about DokuWiki
Learn about DokuWiki
Plugins provide a system of extending DokuWiki's features without the need to hack the original code (and so again on each update). Below is a list of ready-to-use plugins created by DokuWiki users.
The installation can be done automatically by search and install the plugin via the extension manager1). A plugin could be manually installed by putting it into its own folder under
lib/plugins/. See the detailed plugin installation instructions.
Be sure to read about Plugin Security.
If you would like to help translating the plugins into another language, please see this page Localization of plugins.
Filter available plugins by type or by using the tag cloud. You could also search within the plugin namespace using the search box.
|↓Plugin Author||Last Update||Popularity|
bugzillaHTTP Plugin Download
plugin to embed bugs from bugzilla as a table in DokuWiki querying xml-view via HTTP
BugzillaInt Plugin Download
Provides customizable Buglinks, Buglists and Bugtrees from Bugzilla via RPC.
bugzillaxmlrpc Plugin Download
Gets information about bugs (with depends on) via XML-RPC Bugzilla::WebService
Popularity values are based on data gathered through the popularity plugin - please help to increase accuracy by reporting your data with this plugin.
If your needs aren't covered by the existing plugins above, please have a look at our pages on how to create and publish a plugin.
Two short notes:
Please refer to How to report bugs and request new features in plugins for more info about this topic.
If you are in need of a special feature in DokuWiki but haven't the skills or resources to create your own plugin you might want to suggest the feature for consideration by the community.
To ask for the creation of a new plugin or to discuss plugin ideas, please refer to the Plugin Wishlist Forum.
Recent Wishes in the forum:
Further some closed features requests, which we won't implement in DokuWiki core, are interesting ideas for plugins: Doku Plugin idea's at our GitHub issue tracker.