There're multiple ways to create a new pages:
Check out the Basics guide on how to create your first page step-by-step.
You can edit an existing page by clicking the Pencil icon at the bottom-right corner of any page or using the Page Menu, located at the top-right corner of the page.
The editor selected when first creating the page will be loaded automatically. Note that it's not possible to change editor once a page is created at the moment.
Wiki.js doesn't rely on a traditional folder structure to organize pages. Instead, the path of the page is used.
For example, on a traditional system, in order to create a page at
universe/planets/earth, you'd need to first create a folder
universe, then open this folder and create a sub-folder named
planets to finally be able to create a page inside named
In Wiki.js, you can directly create a page at path
planets will be automatically inferred, but they don't really exist outside of the page path context. Therefore, you don't have to manage folders and you can instead focus solely on the path you want for your pages.
For this reason, there's no option to create folders. Simply type the full path you want. Folders will be inferred automatically upon creation.
Check out the Folder Structure & Tags guide for more details.
The following paths cannot be used for content and are reserved for system use.
All single character paths are reserved to access various parts of the Wiki:
a: Administration Area
e: Page Editor
f: Assets Manager
h: Page History
p: User Profile
s: Page Source
u: Upload Endpoint (API)
w: Personal Wiki
Language tags in the formats listed below are reserved to specify the locale namespace to use.
Paths cannot match exactly the terms below or be the first part of path. For example,
register/test are not valid paths, but
registering is fine.