Learn about DokuWiki
Learn about DokuWiki
A selection of regularly used and useful plugins for DokuWiki.
Autosuggestions when typing links in texteditor
Provides a visual table editing and inserting interface. Easy accessible via button below each table.
Put 'add new page' forms within pages, with optional namespace selection.
Drag-and-drop files into the edit area to upload them. Plugin has an option for the inserting syntax as well.
Enhances DokuWiki's Editor with syntax highlighting
Wraps text section in a box that can be lay-outed for different purposes e.g. notes, warning, etc, but also styling, alignment, highlichting, colors and much more.
Generates album from uploaded images or from RSS feed of photo sites
Easily embed videos from various Video Sharing sites like YouTube or Vimeo.
Colored text and background. Choose color by name or code.
Colored text (no background color)
Colored text and background. Very simple syntax for marking with 3 different colors.
Add comments or notes to your wiki source text that won't be shown on the page
Write formulas as LaTeX, and they are displayed nicely
Let you include (remote) comma-separated files as table
Creates numbered references to images/tables in your text by unique reference names
Modify many text parameters like color, font - size/family/weight and more…
Show a customizable and sortable index for a namespace. Can also be used in sidebars/menus.
List the most recent changes of the wiki
Show a cloud of the most frequently used words in your wiki (requires Pagelist for listing)
Show a sorted list of files in a filesystem directory or wiki namespace. Can display preview images or icons according to the filetype.
Help with translation efforts in a multilingual wiki by adding navigation and suggestions.
Assign category tags to wiki pages.
Include another wiki page into the current one
Move pages, media files and namespaces while maintaining the link structure. more...
Easily create forms to collect data which can be sent via email or used to create new wiki pages.
Let you define schemas for data fields, which you can assign to pages. When editing a page you can fill data according the schema. Data can be output as tables. Inline editing in tables. Updating a schema will update it for all pages.
The Struct Plugin is the new generation of Data plugin.
Add and query semi-structured data in your wiki. Similar to Data plugin, but has a more sophisticated query syntax. Outputs lists and tables. (Can be extended with graphs and templated outputs.)
Add and query structured data to wikipages in your wiki. Let you add a data entry block per page. This data can be used for creating lists, tables and clouds.
Update your DokuWiki with a few clicks from the admin interface
Let you use namespace templates which are editable by normal wiki users.
The default template pagenames are '_template.txt' and
__template.txt, which are only editable as server admin. This plugin renames (in a configurable manner) these templates to normal wikipages.
Plugin to manage various configuration files via the Admin interface instead of via the server's file system
Use different methods to defeat spambots. Default for user invisible methods are used, but e.g. an image verification (CAPTCHA) and audio method are available as well.
Extra registration layer with confirmation link for added security, optional captcha support. more...
Exports a page to the Open Document format which can be opened by e.g. OpenOffice.org and LibreOffice.org
Allow to select some pages and create a book (PDF, ODT or text)
Export a single or multiple DokuWiki pages into one LaTeX file. It will export all media in a ZIP archive. It also supports exporting syntax from the plugins imagereference, mathjax and zotero.
The do plugin allows users to create simple tasks/todos in wiki pages and can list these tasks.
Create slideshow presentations from a DokuWiki page. Adds a button that let start the presentation in the browser.
An approval/draft system (aka. sighted revisions) for DokuWiki
Adds a comments section to wiki pages
An all-in-one blog plugin, which add blogging features to your DokuWiki. Provides also tagging, comments, backlinking and more.