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wiki2xhtml can create complete Web pages and uses a clean XHTML syntax. It 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 HTML pages from simple text files in the MediaWiki syntax. 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.

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Recent releases

  •  12 Jan 2010 17:12

    Release Notes: Minor changes. Some cleanup. A warning for templates with a newline at the end (this will destroy tables). The updater has been improved. TOC is now also a template. There are some fixes.

    •  08 Jul 2009 18:07

      Release Notes: Incremental parsing of files (only changed files will be processed) makes parsing much faster. Functions #if:, #ifeq:, and #switch: are supported for templates.

      •  17 Dec 2008 18:26

        Release Notes: Direct linking in galleries. Alternative reck files (e.g. for PHP). Custom indentation for XHTML head. The German flag has been corrected.

        •  08 Oct 2008 10:46

          Release Notes: Two bugs have been fixed: HTML comments work again, and the negating argument for settings is always ":false".

          •  02 Sep 2008 18:40

            Release Notes: The code has been cleaned up and rewritten, wiki2xhtml now works more reliably. The menu system has slightly changed. Basic templates are supported.


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