A List of Wiki Administrator Documentation

List of documents relevant for the installer and administrator of the Foswiki installation

Several skills (i.e. knowing how to do something) are needed to set up and maintenance of a Foswiki installation. Remember that several layers of technology are
Extensions to Foswiki that are not plugins
Add functionality with extensions not based on the Foswiki scripts.
This guide describes the steps for manually installing Foswiki, with specific steps for installations on Linux with the Apache web server. If you are using a different web server or operating system, in addition to reviewing this document, check any additional information specific to your platform at Foswiki:Support.SupplementalDocuments. Foswiki:Support.SupplementalDocuments also has information for other scenarios, such as shared web hosting environments.
These quick enhancements are aimed at improving and customising your Foswiki as quickly as possible. New site administrators are encouraged to review this document for ideas before deploying their site. Small changes planned in advance can make a big differences for user satisfaction.
Register users on your Foswiki site; change/reset/install passwords; remove user accounts
How to get the best from HTML Caching.
Extensions that use a simple API to talk to Foswiki
Preview looks like the real page, but the links lead to an oops dialog warning users of not-yet-saved topics. In addition, a background with a "PREVIEW" watermark is shown to have visual clue that you are previewing a topic. You can change the background image by specifying the name of an attached background image file in the PREVIEWBGIMAGE setting in the DefaultPreferences.
The official Foswiki logo and derivatives are attached to this page.
Documentation for webmasters, system administrators, project managers, team leaders, and all other users of Foswiki - the Free and Open Source Wiki.
On this page:
Utilities for searching, navigation, and monitoring site activity
Skins overlay regular templates to give different looks and feels to Foswiki screens.
Low client and server base requirements are core features that keep Foswiki widely deployable, particularly across a range of browser platforms and versions. Many extensions exist which enhance and expand Foswiki's capabilities; they may have additional requirements.
This guide covers upgrading from a previous version of Foswiki to Foswiki 2.0
Controlling who can access your site

List of tools available to the Foswiki administrator
List of documents for application developers as well as developers of skins and extensions.
Documentation mainly useful to end users
List of tools the user may need for setting and resetting passwords, changing email address etc.
Topic revision: r1 - 16 Jun 2015, ProjectContributor
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