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Wikia was founded by Jimmy Wales and Angela Beesley with a mission to enable communities to create, share and discover content on any topic in any language. Wikia's consumer publishing platform has enabled passionate communities to collaborate on everything from the latest video games, and tv series to eco-friendly living and the world's best chocolate chip recipes. With over 75,000 enthusiast communities attracting more than 25 million visitors each month, Wikia is the largest user-generated media company and a top 100 web property.
Part of the free culture movement, Wikia content is released under a license and operates on the Open Source MediaWiki software. Wikia has offices in San Francisco, California and Poznań, Poland.
To build the world's most comprehensive, collaborative guide to the best places on the world wide web. We invite everyone to engage with our wiki: whether you're an organization, business, non-profit or individual. Come see why the knowledge of many makes us one of the fastest-growing and most powerful websites on the internet today. It's easy to participate because you can edit our pages!
Many visitors come to Wikipedia to acquire knowledge, others to share knowledge. At this very instant, dozens of articles are being improved, and new articles are also being created. Changes can be viewed at the Recent changes page and a random page at random articles. Over 2,000 articles have been designated by the Wikipedia community as featured articles, exemplifying the best articles in the encyclopedia. Another 7,000 articles are designated as good articles. Some information on Wikipedia is organized into lists; the best of these are designated as featured lists. Wikipedia also has portals, which organize content around topic areas; our best portals are selected as featured portals. Articles can be found using search using the search box on the left side of the screen.
Wikipedia is available in languages other than English. Wikipedia has more than two hundred languages (see other language versions), including a Simple English version, and related projects include a dictionary, quotations, books, manuals, and scientific reference sources, and a news service (see sister projects). All of these are maintained, updated, and managed by separate communities, and often include information and articles that can be hard to find through other common sources.
Wikidot.com is the world's third-largest wiki farm, with 380,000 users running 120,000 sites and serving about 30M unique visitors per year. Our growing success comes from building a service that people enjoy using, and tell their friends and colleagues about.
For visitors and members of wikidot.com sites, Wikidot is a fast, easy to use web application service. It can look like a traditional wiki, a forum, a blog.
For site creators, with Wikidot.com you can create your own web projects in minutes. You use a mix of forums, wiki pages, templates, modules, custom themes, add-in packages, and reusable site templates to create almost any collaborative web project imaginable.
Wikidot.com is also a large and active community that answers questions, develops new building blocks, and new applications. This makes Wikidot special: no matter how complex your question, you will find people who have answers.
Wikidot.com is free for use, with few restrictions. Free wikis may in some cases show our adverts. Professional users will pay the small fee for a pro account, and enjoy more control over their web projects.