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Creating a Wiki Knowledge Base with WordPress
Would you like to know how best to include a wiki knowledgebase in your WordPress page? Here we show you how to use WordPress to generate a wiki knowledgebase. You have three different ways to make a wiki page in WordPress: Use a special WordPress Wiki topic to set up your own knowledgebase.
Use a special WordPress Wiki plugin to create your knowledgebase. Use some user-defined excerpts of your own codes to create your database of information. The simplest way to create a wiki is to use a WordPress wiki knowledgebase topic. There' a lot of them, but we suggest KnowHow them.
When done, all you have to do is reinstall and enable the KnowHow topic, and it works immediately. One of the major drawbacks of using a WordPress Wiki & Knowledge Base topic is that you cannot use it on your home page. Make the set up on a domain or subdirectory because these topics don't really fit your image and you definitely don't want your homepage to be a wiki.
However, many websites have their knowledgebase on a single domain, so this is not as terrible as it may sound. When you want to have a wiki knowledgebase added to your WordPress site, the simplest way to do this is to use a WordPress wiki knowledgebase plugin. While there are several plug-ins available, we suggest using the PressApps Knowledgebase (live demo available).
The only thing you need to do is have the plugin installed and on. After activation, a Knowledge Base page is added to your WordPress administration area. The Knowledge Base is a user-defined mail item of its own with its own category and tag to help you organise your doc. There also comes with public/member only polling system, user-defined widgets, drag-drop feature, etc.
Our next methodology will show you how to do all this for free, but it's just coding. One more way to append a wiki knowledgebase to your WordPress site or even build a devoted wiki site is to use the source tree approach. Disadvantage is that you have to copy/paste some coding, which can be frightening for novices.
Please note: Before you begin, please make a full back-up of your WordPress page. First, you have to download and enable the Knowledgebase CPT Plugin. The plugin generates a user-defined contribution types named knowledge_base and a section name. Allows you to simply append your Wiki article and organise it into paragraphs.
As soon as you have a few items and paragraphs, you need to show them on your website. Here you have to get to grips with a little coding. Begin by inserting this piece of coding into the features of your topic. either a local plugin or a local phone number. '; $return . =''; enddwhile; wp_reset_postdata(); otherwise: $return . ='No items found'; endif; $return.
The following is a list of KB articles: '; end foreach; return-return; add_shortcode('knowledgebase','wpb_knowledgebase'); This is a list of all KB article under the section in which they were stored. The next step is to just make a new WordPress page and insert the shortcode[knowledgebase]. Insert the following piece of HTML into your topic template. fss-document: float: left; width: 280px; max-width: 280px; margin: 100px; background-color:
Vpx; Listen Styles Type: none; Listen Styles: none; Display: In-line; Listen Styles Type: none; Display: In-line; Listen Styles Type: none; Listen Styles: none; Listen Styles: none; That's how it looks on our demonstration site where we use the Twenty Twelve Thread. However, if you want to reorder the section, you can do so by downloading and install the Custom Taxonomy Order NE plugin.
That' all, we are hoping that this essay has been helpful in helping you include a wiki knowledgebase section on your WordPress page. Or you can read our FAQ section adding a FAQ in WordPress in our online guide. Please unsubscribe to our YouTube Channel for WordPress Videos if you liked this one.