I use a very simple wiki developped by french people "wikini" which is a development fork of wakka. The formatting is pretty easy, no need for html knowledge although there's no WYSIWYG editor, but there's a memo of formatting rules at the bottom of the edit box. One thing good is that with a little modifying I can create a left-menu and a top-menu which are themselves pages of the wiki, which means anyone with proper rights can edit them. It would helps with the unstructured thing. Here's an exemple although it's in french and a work in progress, no content yet : http://www.trotinette-electrique.com/trottinette-velo-scooter/ otherwise the wikis HP/MySQL that I have heard of as good (but with more options than what I need, wikini is way enough) are : - Tikiwiki - Mediawiki (Wikipedia) - PhpWiki I think all wikis accept images, wikini does. As for inserting images, which means uploading to the web server, it's not standard but with modules you can achieve that, you can as well add a rich editor bar to the edit view, that's what I like in open sources products it's modules ;-) -----Original Message----- Has anybody had experience with a wiki using a rich-text editor? Or have you customized a wiki to make it easier for non-html-savvy people to use? As "easy" as the wiki formatting is, it can start to look confusing pretty quick. It would be nice to be able to insert images or SVG into the document, too, so has anybody done that?