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Flash_Cart says

Howdy all,

I’ve been assigned a project to redesign an existing wiki for a company with a rather sizable wiki.

I am searching for a file I can purchase or technique I can use to import the existing wiki html content from all articles to my app with a new style sheet.

Anyone have a tool on Envato or reference I can buy/read…?

Thanks folks, Sean Wichert, Sr.

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Most wikis are dynamic, in that they propagate content using php from db.

Merely scraping html wont work unless you want to spend months editing stuff.

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Flash_Cart says

So do you think it would be faster to simply save all existing html pages & copy & paste into new templates and simply re-style the existing elements that are used by the pages from the current wiki?

I mean, Media Wiki templates don’t really use very many different tags any in general.

Just line height & default font sizes plus a little alignment, padding & margin that mainly all stem from the top level elements.

Idk.

I’m still going to hunt around for a less time consuming process.

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