personal wiki that lives as a
single html page, on a local hard drive, a thumbdrive, or on a server.
tweaked TW to create TiddlyWikiWrite
(TWW) to organize my current
writing projects. It is an electronic relational filecard system that
runs in any browser window on your local computer.
you would like to see screen shots, please refer to the virtual
workshop on using TWW posted on my blog.
You can also download a free e-book version
of instructions and screenshots here on my scribd
provided the template here for free use and distribution. If you do end
up using it, please drop me a line and let me know what you think of
it. I'm always interested in improving it.
can play with it 'live' online, but in order to save or edit any of it,
you need to save the template to your own hard drive. ("save as" and
select simple html.)
The current version is
based on TW core 2.7.2 (updated 5/2013). (If you have a version
2.4.0, please see the
instructions on upgrading
to the latest code). In versions 2.4.0 and
beyond, you do not need to download the new version. Instead,
you can keep current with the new code directly
from the program itself. (Click 'backstage' at the top
right of the
page, then 'upgrade' on the flyout menu across the top of the page.
Follow the program prompts.)
NOTE: If you use
Firefox, you must install the addon "Tiddlyfox" in order for the wiki
to save properly. Screen shots and instructions are in the e-book. The developers are working on a completely new core code that will have this fixed.
**Some folks have
been having trouble downloading the file. I think that is browser
related. Please email me if you are having difficulty and I can email
Go to the TiddlyWikiWrite page
In your browser select file:save
In file type, chose web
page, html only or simple