Set Up Your Own Information Page Online

Written by Kevin. Posted in Bloggers, HOMEPAGE

My wiki page
Ever think of starting up a “My Wiki Page?” Like a free Wiki host, a My Wiki Page can be used by people who want to get the right information about themselves or a certain subject on the internet. Whether someone wants to call it a “My SQL Wiki” or “My Own Wiki,” they will undoubtedly find it to be incredibly advantageous. Socialtimes.com reported on October 21 that Wikipedia is in a state of constant clash with Wiki-PR, much like it did before with My Wiki Pro in the past. No matter which page you choose to use, you will want to make sure that they are able to edit it in an efficient and timely manner. If your page is not easy to edit, those updates and announcement you want to share could find themselves exceedingly frustrated. A website that is fussy and difficult to update could force delays, spoiling cert

Are You Looking to Create a Wiki for Your Business?

Written by Kevin. Posted in Bloggers, HOMEPAGE

My wiki
Every manager at every company has heard the phrase “I did not realize I was breaking the rules” before. For a long, long time that was an adequate defense for a long list of workplace issues. After all, wading through the sea of employee policies, business procedures, and code of ethics can take a lot of time that many of your employees just do not have. Many business owners and managers find themselves at their wit’s end. “How can I easily provide my employees with access to all of our company policies?”, they ask. The answer is simple; build a “my own wiki” style website. By building a “my wiki page” that is specialized for your specific company, whether you are in fast food or care of the elderly, you can gain the following three benefits.
  • Convenience Removes Excuses
  • %3Cbr%3E If you

Using MySQL for My Own Wiki

Written by Kevin. Posted in HOMEPAGE

SQL is short for Structured Query Language, and it is used in a number of different database management systems. One of these is called MySQL. MySQL is one of the most popular systems for free software and open source projects. My SQL wiki actually uses MySQL! Have I confused you yet? I will back up a little. One can use MySQL for a wide variety of projects and applications, but very often it is used on web servers. If you use MySQL with a website, then you might do so because you have pages that must get information from a server or database. In my case, with my SQL wiki, MySQL drives the database. Making more sense? So, for my wiki page I can use MySQL to input, organize, and retrieve information from my database of articles. My wiki will hopefully one day have thousands of pages and entries, so using this full featured database and management system, my SQL wiki can be way more advanced and tailored to my particular specifications. The other option would have been to use a premade

Creating a Wiki Page That Works

Written by Kevin. Posted in HOMEPAGE

When it comes to sharing information on the web with other users, there is no more simple and direct way than through a free wiki host. These web applications allow you to freely use software to publish, edit, and remove content that is managed by your fellow readers and content creators in the online community. If, for example, I wanted to build a discussion around my favorite New York sports teams, all I would have to do is start my wiki page through a wiki host such as Wikia or Wikihost,org. From there what began as my own wiki, a humble space in which I shared information about the latest changes to the New York Mets roster could become a bustling hub with users constantly updating content on all the regional professional teams they find relevant. Not only does the community infrastructure provided by the wiki format allow for spirited discussion among people with similar interests, but it also ensures that the most accurate information is is being shared on the site. With