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Wikiful Mediawiki Bridge


Wikiful is a plugin that seamlessly integrates Mediawiki, the world’s most popular wiki platform with WordPress.

In this first release, the plugin allows you to view a Mediawiki in a WordPress page. In the future we will also add single-sign-on features as well as the possibility to edit your wiki from the confort of your WordPress installation.


  1. Upload the plugin folder to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory or install via the WordPress plugins control panel
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress.
  3. Go to the Wikiful settings menu and configure the plugin options.
  4. Install the plugin by clicking the Install button. This will create a new page titled Wikiful through which you can access your wiki.
  5. Activate the sidebar widgets if you want the sidebar navigation and search functions

Please visit the Support Forums for more information and support.


Please visit the Support Forums for more information and support.

Contributors & Developers

“Wikiful Mediawiki Bridge” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.




  • Verified compatibility with WP 3.5.1


  • Upgrade http class to latest version
  • Fixed issue with links not working properly
  • Fixed issue with images not being displayed
  • Removed display of remote news
  • Included local logo file


  • Added possibility to create multiple wiki pages with different links
  • Improved loading performance


  • Fixed issue with images not being parsed properly


  • Made page footer optional, off by default


  • Minor code syntax fixes
  • Check simple_html_dom extension isn’t loaded before loading
  • Fixed issue with footer appearing on all pages


  • First release