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I am a non-technical person - no HTML training. I do have exhaustive desktop publishing skills coming out my ears. Could the community recommend to me a Wiki development program that might be called ... 'robust' ... in features.

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What exactly are you looking to do with the wiki? There's everything from simple wikis (such as PMWiki) to complex one (such as MediaWiki).

Regardless of what you choose, you'll have to be comfortable with setting them up which takes a basic understanding of web hosting and possibly database management.

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I would like to attempt a cross document referencing for a series of projects. The integration would reflect resources from:
  • Appendix
  • Dictionary
  • Encyclopedia
  • List of Tutorials
  • Quests and Tasks
  • Simulations
  • Symbols and Buttons

My goal is to being cataloging this and preparing this for later deployment. I realize that at some point I will need a another person to assist with the final deployment of this monolithic project.

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