phpMyFAQ - phpMyFAQ - Open Source FAQ system for PHP and MySQL, PostgreSQL and other databases

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phpMyFAQ is a multilingual, completely database-driven FAQ-system. It supports various databases to store all data, PHP 5.6+ is needed in order to access this data. phpMyFAQ also offers a multi-language Content Management System with a WYSIWYG editor and an Image Manager, real time search support with Elasticsearch, flexible multi-user support with user and group based permissions on categories and records, a wiki-like revision feature, a news system, user-tracking, 40+ supported languages, enhanced automatic content negotiation, HTML5/CSS3 based responsive templates, PDF-support, a backup-system, a dynamic sitemap, related FAQs, tagging, RSS feeds, built-in spam protection systems, OpenLDAP and Microsoft Active Directory support, and an easy to use installation script. phpMyFAQ is only supported on PHP 5.6.0 and up, you need a database as well. Supported databases are MySQL, Percona Server, PostgreSQL, Microsoft SQL Server, SQLite3 and MariaDB. If you want to use Elasticsearch as main search engine, you need Elasticsearch 2.x as well. Check our detailed requirements on phpmyfaq.de for more information.

http://www.phpmyfaq.de/
https://github.com/thorsten/phpMyFAQ

Dependencies:

bootstrap : ^4.0.0
bootstrap-datepicker : ^1.7.1
bootstrap-fileinput : ^4.4.5
bxslider : ^4.2.13
cookieconsent : ^3.0.4
corejs-typeahead : ^1.2.1
handlebars : ^4.0.11
highlightjs : ^9.10.0
jquery : ^3.2.1
jquery-sparkline : ^2.3.2
material-design-icons : ^3.0.1
mermaid : ^7.1.0
popper.js : ^1.12.6
tinymce : ^4.7.1

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