wiki2xhtml 3.3.2 / 3.4 Beta 8

wiki2xhtml can create complete Web pages and uses a clean XHTML syntax.
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wiki2xhtml can create complete Web pages and uses a clean XHTML syntax. The project can insert galleries, a menu, a footer, and nearly all elements you know from the Wikipedia. The pages are formatted with CSS. All designs can be adjusted by hand, and custom ones can be used as well.

wiki2xhtml generates the XHTML pages from simple text files in the MediaWiki syntax, also known as "Wikitext". You can also use own (X)HTML code or other script languages inside; there are no restrictions. The GUI is composed of a Code Paste Window where you can insert wiki code that will be generated live. A click into the result, the XHTML code, copies it into the clipboard.

Main features:

  • You can create your own design, however you want, or take an existing one
  • It is possible to use own code; no characters are "masqueraded" (if you e.g. write a < br / > in the source, it will cause a new line and nothing else)!
  • You can use wiki2xhtml for other projects! With the "Code Paste Window" it is possible to generate (x)html code easily which you can use in an other program, e.g. PostNuke. That way you are faster then if you've got to type xhtml code.
  • Page title, navigation, footer etc. can be set in separate files to minimize expense and maximize flexibility.

last updated on:
January 13th, 2010, 20:51 GMT
license type:
LGPL (GNU Lesser General Public License) 
developed by:
Simon Eugster
ROOT \ Internet \ HTTP (WWW)
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What's New in version 3.3.2
  • Direct linking in galleries.
  • Alternative reck files (e.g. for PHP).
  • Custom indentation for XHTML head.
  • The German flag has been corrected.
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