CMS the makings of c Wiki?

On the website you will use is essentially a standard set of functions:

Registration/Authorization
The opportunity to comment by the visitor.
Likes and etc

To fill the site to the administrator.

To use a full-functional Wiki engine does not see appropriate.

What you need from the Wiki?

Let's say the website is a collection of salad recipes.
The salad consists of ingredients such as: cabbage, carrots, peas, etc.

Need to be able to highlight the desired word links. For example carrots. So when you click on the carrot, was opened to the page with description of the plant carrots.
and so on, you need to have the ability to highlight links with words.

In a regular CMS, I can manually type the link to the "carrot" in the right places... but one thing! for example if you change the url of the page the carrots, all the links will be broken and will need to manually change them.

As far as I know this problem in wiki engines missing.
April 4th 20 at 01:00
3 answers
April 4th 20 at 01:02
Multilingual there? how many subdomains?

Order references have not been beaten, it is necessary that the pages were in the form of updated directories. Then you can probably use Wordpress. but very good news plugin . Or any functionality of the plug-in blog. By default, any cms you will not find
Do not use a specific cms. to find a plugin or specialists will be the problem
Multilingual no. Single domain. - cortez66 commented on April 4th 20 at 01:05
@cortez66, Then you can choose any CMS, under which is written the plugin with your functionality.
on themeforest.net you can search for plugins.
You need to look for is the plugins, and then select CMS - clinton9 commented on April 4th 20 at 01:08
@clinton9, Thank you.
I would like to know how this feature is called, so I could at least describe what I'm looking for)) - cortez66 commented on April 4th 20 at 01:11
@cortez66, news plugin. blog plugin, recipes , wiki plugin. - that's about the geography of the search.
Oh yeah, not all plugins are localized, so if you have this problem, this will narrow the search. - clinton9 commented on April 4th 20 at 01:14
April 4th 20 at 01:04
Looking for a good plugin cross-link (cross-link) and have him make a start on the choice of a CMS.

Or write your own plugin/extension to the desired CMS.

PS: better write down a list of FT, and then make a detailed TOR to include at the design stage and not to forget anything.
April 4th 20 at 01:06
In a regular CMS, I can manually type the link to the "carrot" in the right places... but one thing! for example if you change the url of the page the carrots, all the links will be broken and will need to manually change them.

In MODx CMS for each new page ID is generated in the form of numbers. You can instead direct reference to specify the page ID you want to link to:

<a href="[[~id]]">Carrots</a>

and in this case, can even many times you can change the url of the page, the link will always work correctly. Maybe wordpress is also possible, but I don't know for sure.
Thank you. Almost what you need :)
That's a reason to learn a new CMS :) - cortez66 commented on April 4th 20 at 01:09

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