Open Source FANDOM Alternatives
Miraheze is a wiki farm (hosts wikis) for free and with no ads, it also provides custom domains, extensions and many other features. It is based on MediaWiki.
- - Miraheze is the most popular Web-based alternative to FANDOM.
- - Miraheze is the most popular Open Source & free alternative to FANDOM.
Comments about Miraheze as a Alternative to FANDOM
Miraheze allows you to host your own wiki and add extensions to it.4
@GameHub What does it mean "it is more like Wikipedia than Fandom"? It's a site where you can create wikis!1
Miraheze is not a big corporation shoving a billion of ads into pages and making lots of questionable decisions that impacted even the most avid users of FANDOM. It is far more customizable, although not without a slight learning curve for those used to some of the convenient features in FANDOM's visual editor.0
It is more like Wikipedia than Fandom :/-10
Miraheze is one of the only completely free AND ad-free wiki solutions, and it also allows Visual Editor!5
BookStack is a free and open source knowledge management platform built on PHP. The system has been built around simplicity to ensure that adding information to it is not a chore. The content structure is built on the metaphors of Books, Chapters & Pages.
- - BookStack is the most popular Linux & Self-Hosted alternative to FANDOM.
MediaWiki is a free software wiki package written in PHP, originally for use on Wikipedia. It is now used by several other projects of the non-profit Wikimedia Foundation and by many other wikis.
Comments about MediaWiki as a Alternative to FANDOM
MediaWiki is server software that you would need to find a host for/run your own server whereas FANDOM does all the hosting for you and actually runs MediaWiki meaning it isn't really an alternative at all.2
Oppia is a free, open-source learning platform. Full of interactive activities called 'explorations', Oppia helps curious minds learn and teach.
- - Oppia is the most popular Windows & Mac alternative to FANDOM.
Citizendium, powered by MediaWiki, is "an open wiki project dedicated to creating a free, comprehensive, and reliable repository of structured knowledge". Unlike with Wikipedia, a contributor must register using their real name and verify their identity.
BreezeWiki makes wiki pages on Fandom readable. It removes ads, videos, and suggested content, leaving you with a clean page that doesn't slow down your device or use up your data. BreezeWiki can also be called an "alternative frontend for Fandom".
Comments about BreezeWiki as a Alternative to FANDOM
BreezeWiki is not alternative to Fandom.0
Just replace "fandom.com" with "breezewiki.com" to hugely reduce the load-time of any Fandom page. A life-saver.0
Herodotus has been designed as easy to use archival software, created to serve as an offline information reference when internet access in unavailable. Herodotus is not designed to be a personal "wayback machine", instead its focus is on providing a handy offline...
LibertyEngine is a MediaWiki syntax-compatible wiki engine developed by Librewiki and developed in Node.js.
Liberty Engine Features
WikiTide is a highly extensible ad-free MediaWiki hosting service with support for over 300 extensions and skins and other things like custom domains, run by a non-profit.