Screwturn Wiki Hosting
Build and run your own Wikipedia website
Install Screwturn Wiki on Webfusion hosting and build your own Wikipedia website. All you need is this free application available with our UK hosting plans that will help you create, share and manage as many wikis as you want. Once your wiki site is up and running, users will be able to edit and share resources between each other.
With ScrewTurn Wiki you can:
Create your wiki site and start sharing resources with other web users. Although any user can edit articles easily, the original content is backed up and can be restored in case the edited version is inaccurate.
Upload files for download
As an administrator, you can allow users to upload files to your wiki site or attach further documentation to the articles they publish. Users going through your site can then download these files by a click of a button.
Improve the functionality
Make you wiki site more dynamic by installing different plugins that you believe users might find useful.
Enable the moderation mode to be able to review articles that user submit before these go live. This way you won't have to go through all the content and figure out which articles are recent. In addition, this function help you detect spam content faster and remove it from the website.
Be notified of changes to the wiki
You can edit your setting to receive email notification each time a wiki page was edited or a comment was posed. On the other hand, to avoid getting too many emails you can subscribe to individual pages, in which case you will receive a RSS feed with the modifications made to those pages.
Buy our unlimited hosting package, install Screwturn on our UK hosting platform and start sharing useful resources with other web users on your new wiki site.
- Unlimited web space Get unlimited storage space for your website files. Unlimited web space gives you total freedom to grow without limited capacity.
- Unlimited traffic Unlimited bandwidth removes all restrictions on site traffic, so there's no limit to the number of visitors from the UK or any other part of the world your site can receive.