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Whether you are just starting your MediaWiki website or you are moving an existing one from another company, our technical support team will help you get started for completely free of charge and in no time.

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We are automatically and constantly snapping five copies of your website's database and files, making sure you always have a way back. Restoration is provided for free of charge.


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Speedy page loads are possible with automatically enabling memcached, OpCache, OptimumCache, APC and APCu for all websites and accounts across our entire infrastructure.

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MediaWiki is one of the most covered wiki apps in our Knowledge Base. Philip and his team lead our daily efforts in providing documented, sustainable and easy to follow articles on various MediaWiki related subjects.

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MediaWiki faq

Yes - all of our server are compatible with the MediaWiki application and you could simply deploy the files and start building your wiki.

MediaWiki is a free open-source application written in PHP. It is designed for creating and managing a wiki website that stores all of its entries in a database. It provides all the necessary features for developing such website and it is one of the most widely used scripts for that purpose.

Yes, but you'll have to write appropriate scripts on your own as there are no general ­user ready-to-run scripts available for this purpose.

Yes, MediaWiki has text formatting, but it is not in the form of HTML code. You can learn more about this topic here.

Yes, MediaWiki does have a visual text editor.  To use it, simply navigate to a page and click on the Edit button.

You can restrict the access to a page by simply navigating to it and afterward click on the Protect page button. Please note that this action requires the user to have sysop (administrative) privileges.

You can block either a user or an IP address by navigating to Special Pages > Block user. There you can specify the username or IP, the expiration time of the block and the reason for the restriction. You can also specify the features that would be inaccessible for the user while blocked.

This is the specific name chosen by the MediaWiki developers for the Administrators of the application. 

In other words the Sysop is the Administrator of the wiki.