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telepark Launches AJAX-Powered Wiki 2.0 with a Visual Editor

telepark.wiki is a Fast-to-use Wiki Software for Companies and Freelancers

(SYS-CON Media) - telepark, the developers of Personal Web Applications, present a new type of Wiki software, telepark.wiki ['telepark-dot-wiki', which features an AJAX-powered interactive navigation system and caters to non-geek users. telepark.wiki enables companies and freelancers to quickly and easily publish their own Wiki application. telepark.wiki is available as a free Standard Edition and as a Professional Edition for Euro 99 excl. VAT.

A wiki is a Web site that allows the visitors themselves to easily add or edit content. The authoring is done in the Web browser itself without the need for any additional software or download. This ease of interaction and operation makes a wiki an effective tool for collaborative authoring.

telepark.wiki perfectly fits the trend to collaborate over the Internet and is suited to knowledge databases, project Web sites, discussion platforms and centralized media repositories. Be it for enterprises, agencies or freelancers, telepark.wiki excels thanks to innovative AJAX Web technology, is lean and very easy to use.

telepark.wiki is the first to offer a tree-type hierarchical navigation to keep one's wiki organized and easy to use. The number of levels in the navigation tree can be limited artificially (e.g. to 3 levels) by way of configuration or can be unlimited. In addition to this in-built navigation, each page can contain any number of links to other pages for non-linear navigation.

telepark.wiki allows the visual formatting of each page with the convenience of an in-built editor similar to Microsoft Word. The reordering of navigation elements is done by drag-and-drop. Right-clicking on a navigation element opens a context menu, just as in Windows Explorer, to add new pages or delete existing pages. Powerful AJAX web technology running entirely in the users Web browser enables telepark.wiki to reach desktop-class speed and ease of use. The Professional Edition features full text search, automatic change notification by email and page protection by way of passwords.

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ajax news desk 02/08/07 10:55:32 PM EST

telepark, the developers of Personal Web Applications, present a new type of Wiki software, telepark.wiki ['telepark-dot-wiki', which features an AJAX-powered interactive navigation system and caters to non-geek users. telepark.wiki enables companies and freelancers to quickly and easily publish their own Wiki application. telepark.wiki is available as a free Standard Edition and as a Professional Edition for Euro 99 excl. VAT.