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Like a Wiki/CMS, but not?

Thread title: Like a Wiki/CMS, but not?
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09-22-2008, 07:03 AM
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  Old  Like a Wiki/CMS, but not?

I am chasing a Wiki/Portal/CMS kind of thing for a volunteer website. The purpose is to present information that can easily (WYSIWYG) be edited by registered members (who should only have to fill in a very short form to gain access). A comment feature after each article would be nice too.


I have tried a few wiki's but they are reluctant to incorporate a decent WYSIWYG editor due to the wiki markup and the wiki ideals. Something along the lines of a wiki though, that allows easy information editing and presentation.

Any ideas?

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I'd look at use the core Version of Expression Engine, you can use the stand alone entry form to add entries and also commenting can be enabled.

I did this site using it http://pfh.org.uk/ and you can incorporate something like TinyMCE easily enough.

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