Takeaway: Need a CMS system? TikiWiki takes the wiki one giant step further. Jack Wallen gives a primer on this flexible system.
I’ve covered a lot of CMS systems, but none of those systems had me as wide-eyed as TikiWiki. Why? This system has a plethora of options and tools. There is so much here that, upon installation, I wasn’t exactly sure where to start first. It’s almost too much, but not too much to be useful. You’ll probably never use 100 percent of TikiWiki’s offerings; just choosing the features you’ll stick with will take you a while.
TikiWiki is enormous. There is so much to do within the confines of this system that covering it as a whole would require a book. But fear not, we’ll dig deeper into this outstanding CMS system.
The more I use TikiWiki, the more impressed I am. I have found this system to be one of the more flexible systems available for Content Management. Even though it falls within the framework of a wiki, it can easily act as a more standard Web site.
Install TikiWiki and have a look around it. The time you spend on it will be time well spent.