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i administrators to easily alter the wiki configuration settings online from the comfort of their favorite web browser.

To start the Configuration Manager log in as superuser and click the Admin button.

What can be configured The “system” options of DokuWiki will be found in the conf/dokuwiki.php file. However this file contains the “default” values of the system. To customize it, you should edit the file conf/local.php or create it if it doesn't exist. To find what you can configure within that file, see the list of available options below.

User names, (encrypted) passwords and Access Control rules are stored in the users.auth.php and acl.auth.php files which can be found in the conf directory.

When uploading a new file within the mediamanager, you may encounter a “Upload denied. This file extension is forbidden!” message. This behavior is controlled within the conf/mime.conf file. To upload a new type of file, specify it within the mime.conf file.

Some automatic replacements are done when you edit your pages. Some generate tooltips, smileys or some special chars. This behavior is controlled by the acronyms.conf, smileys.conf or entities.conf.

Configuration files All configuration files are to be found in the ./conf folder or /etc/dokuwiki when installed from a Debian package.

“Main files” usually ship with DokuWiki, whereas “local files” have to be created by the wiki admin.

If local files are supported you should use them instead of modifying the main files to avoid upgrade troubles.

main file local file type of config quick info dokuwiki.php local.php local.protected.php see below general wiki configuration acronyms.conf acronyms.local.conf abbreviations automatic abbreviation hints entities.conf entities.local.conf entities automatic text replacements interwiki.conf interwiki.local.conf interwiki interwiki shortcut links mime.conf mime.local.conf mime mime type settings for uploads smileys.conf smileys.local.conf smileys image replacements acl.auth.php see acl Access Control settings users.auth.php see acl Users and passwords license.php license.local.php license list of available licenses scheme.conf scheme.local.conf urlschemes URL schemes to be recognized as links mediameta.php exif Metadata editable for images wordblock.conf wordblock.local.conf blacklist Spam blacklist plugins.required.php plugins.local.php plugins.protected.php see below Enabling/disabling plugins userscript.js javascript Custom JavaScript enhancements userstyle.css css Custom CSS enhancements Theme configuration files Additional configuration files are found in /var/lib/dokuwiki/lib/tpl/dokuwiki (Debian), e.g. style.ini. Style.ini is a text-file that is read by the default theme, and the user can configure e.g. the background-color.

Enabling/disabling plugins Installed plugins are enabled by default. They could be disabled using the Extension Manager which writes to the plugins.local.php file. You can protect certain plugins by placing them in conf/plugins.protected.php.

By default DokuWiki loads its configuration files in the following order:

conf/plugins.php – default plugins conf/plugins.local.php – changed by the extension manager conf/plugins.required.php – these core plugins cannot be controlled by the extension manager conf/plugins.protected.php – overrides setting in the other files The loading order of configuration files is controlled by the global $config_cascade variable. By using a preload.php file you can change this behavior.

Configuration Options Most of DokuWiki's features can be configured through various config options. The easiest way to modify these options is using the Configuration Manager.

The available settings are listed below. Their default values are stored in a file called conf/dokuwiki.php. If you want to modify a setting you should do this in a file called conf/local.php – this makes sure your special configs are not overwritten by a later upgrade. The config manager will use this file as well. The file conf/local.protected.php can be used for configuration settings which cannot be modified.

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