The Tiki Documentation Suite consists of:

Installation Guide

The Tiki Installation Guide contains information on installing and upgrading Tiki, including tips and hints for specific platforms. Be sure to read the Release Notes too! Download PDF

Reference Guide

The Tiki Reference Guide includes information on each administration page, tab, and option. These pages contain reference links to detailed procedures and additional information. Links from the Tiki help system link to these pages. Download PDF

User Guide

The Tiki User Guide includes information for users and visitors of Tiki-powered websites. It includes information on the most common tasks, organized by Tiki Feature.

Administrator Guide

Tiki Administrator Guide

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Become a Power User

Learn how to

  1. Download the current release.

  2. Install or Upgrade your Tiki.

  3. Configure the features.

  4. Enjoy your website.

Become an Author

The Tiki documentation is a constant work in progress — you can help create and improve this site.

Become an Developer

The Tiki project is supported by hundreds of developer and you can start contribute and commit your code very quickly.


Join the community

The Tiki Community is a member-driven "do-ocracy". To facilitate this approach, we offer support, documentation and tools that we, the Community, maintain for the tiki.org websites as we "eat our own dogfood" to improve and add features to the Tiki code. Registration is free and open to all, and you are warmly welcomed to join.


Need Help?

Ask for help
Having problems? Be sure to check the Tiki Documentation, you will find most solutions there. Other places to check:


How to get help with Tiki

Common topics include:


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