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- a collection of very high frequency FAQs
- an index of FAQs
- a list of links to specifications, articles, and tutorials relating to FAQ topics
- a self-help web technology resource
- a volunteer-based community effort
- a peer-moderated resource-sharing and discussion forum
- a dynamically-updated archive of FAQs and their answers
- an assembly point for collecting new, and updating existing, FAQs and FAQ resources
- built and shaped by its community of contributors
AllMyFAQs is not:
- a web page coding help desk
- a web site design review service
- a code and script repository
- a replacement for newsgroups
- a platform for political, religious, moral, or personal agendas, crusades, or attacks
Facts about AllMyFAQs
- How to Join -- quick notes on getting started
- Guest Register -- first stop, to see who is who
- Intro and Tour -- how to edit, add pages, write simple, get fancy
- Wiki Style -- kinds of pages, types of editing, being a Wikizen
- All My FAQs Wiki FAQ -- frequently asked questions, some with answers
- Talk to Me -- chat about the wiki concept, topics, ideas, suggestions
- SandBox -- playpage for testing your wiki editing skills
- Other Wikis -- the wiki world on the web
Steal this logo to add a button-link to AllMyFAQs on your site --
What's a wiki? It's a free anybody-can-edit web site. Anybody, even you (yes, you) can add text to pages, edit pages, even create new pages. Pick a topic (or invent one), go to the topic page, click on the edit link [Edit text of this page] at the bottom of the page, and you are an instant Web author. Click on RecentChanges to see the latest entries.
This wiki (there are many others) is about getting answers to questions someone else may already have asked. It's a FAQ sheet, a list of Frequently Asked Questions, quite often matched by useful answers. The Table of Contents, or List of Topics, is on the HomePage.
How can a wiki work at all? Here are some thoughts, from well-established wikis --
This wiki, put up by Jerry Muelver runs on the Cliff Adams UseMod software from http://www.usemod.com/cgi-bin/wiki.pl?UseModWiki. The inspiration for this wiki is the [Meatball Wiki] edited by [Sunir Shah].
Be sure to visit the Wiki Inventor [Ward Cunningham] Wiki Home Page: http://c2.com/cgi/wiki
And check out [Ward's Tips for Wiki Beginners Page].