Create a wiki as easily as adding a post
The wiki works ok, however, wmpmudev, will not support their own premium content. They will require you to buy very expensive support and then proceed to give you poor advice. They could not figure out how to have thier BuddyPress answer off the root of the public directory. The answer install all of WordPress in the root. Of course there are much better answers. I had a theme from them, they bungled the css, I suggested a fix, they came back with a !imporatant hack.
This service contract is required in order to continue to receive updates to the product you buy.
Of course they constantly update the product trigger the WP updates screen. When this happens they hi-jack the banner or error area at the top of the dashboard with advertising for their service. After this I did not renew my subscription.
I did like the WIKI, which is the only functional product they have, so I went back and purchased (a second time, recall I had the epic failure of a service subscription) Just the wiki premium plugin.
Well once again it started messing with the dashboards. I recently went to update it. But since I did not buy the plug in but a short term subscription for just the plug in they will not allow me to update it. To top it off, they offered to allow me to pay for more subscriptions to the poor advice for 60% off.
Stay away ...stay very very very far away from WPMUdev
In this version, the plugin Settings do not provide the options listed in the step by step installation instruction. They are mainly replaced by a huge ad for extra (expensive) support for many other (to me irrelevant) services. I cannot state how disastrous such a policy - and user bad engineering - is. Too bad, the plugin seemed quite nice.
A lot of ads to buy other stuff from WPMU.
Just get a 404, and unprotected new folder named "wiki" and a lot of ads to buy other stuff from WPMU.
It lets you show the main page from your wiki site. There are no wiki tabs.
The settings are limited to naming the wiki. The rest of the settings page is plastered with an advert to become a member of something. Scrap it and move on.
Not sure if I missed something but the free wiki plugin appears simply to be a custom post type with no features beyond the regular post type. I expected some sort of hierarchical structure that would let me create wiki entries and tie them together but there is none. Not sure why I would spend money to buy the full product whatever that might include.
poor features in free version
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