WikiAsp is a simple wiki program written in ActiveServerPages. It uses the AspWiki as the base code but it reverts back to the simpler traditional look-and-feel of wiki pages (hence, the name reversal). Furthermore, some interesting features were added to this version.
WikiAsp is currently running at trial public free hosting sites:
Some WikiAsp features:
The minimal installation is 1-file (wiki.asp) on IIS. DB will be created.
A simpler and cleaner layout
Included upper-left icon/image.
The program will work on most ASP Web hosts.
Footnotes which are clickable links to move back and forth.
Various topic lines format.
Various Indentation styles.
History of changes is [immediately] viewable.
Starting page in an .INI file. The INI file can be db based.
MicrosoftAccess Database can be easily switched from one to another.
Optional use of CascadingStyleSheets to control look-and-feel. CSS can be db based.
Unable-To-Type-TAB problem solved.
Simple Coloring and other formatting enhancements, such as underlining.
Alternate names for URL links (alias).
Non-destructive way to indicate dangling WikiName s (no question mark links).
Tables with row styles
RSS 2.0 feed
Local (root relative) links, clickable image links
Password Protection for edit optional
Multi-CSS for each access db
Contact Address: [
I want to implement
InterWiki maps on WikiAsp. Anyone know how to do this? -- [
WikiAsp uses db= in the URL to directly reference other databases. Is this what you are looking for? -- er [ mailto:lambda326[at]hotmail.com]
I have an updated version the
WikiAsp which should be on the scene soon.
The update includes the following new features:
Ability to store into SQL Server and MySQL (as well as the normal Access)
Tracking (so you can see where a user has been)
Password protection of single pages
A myriad of new wiki code pieces which makes things easier for the users.
A menu system (for the left side of the site) to make browsing much easier.
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