__Want to try JSPWiki out?__
Go to the [JSPWiki Sandbox|http://sandbox.jspwiki.org] where you can do no harm...
* [WikiMarkup]/Structured Text
** Text effects: __Bold__, ''italic'', {{monotyped}}, %%(color:green; font-size:x-large)css styled%%
** Bracketed hyperlinking and good old CamelCase.
** Bulleted, numbered, and definition lists
** Tables and [sortable tables|BrushedTemplateSortableTables]
** Footnotes[1]
** Three levels of heading.
** [InterWiki] linking.
** [Tabs|BrushedTemplateTabbedSections] and [collapsible lists|BrushedTemplateCollapse]
* File attachments
* [Templates|JSPWikiTemplates] support -- so you can design your own themes or layouts. See the list of [ContributedTemplates].
* Data storage: JSPWiki comes with three [WikiPageProviders] and has the capability to plug in other ones.
** [MySQL] or any other database server is not needed! Wiki pages are saved as plain text files out-of-the-box.
** However, database page providers can be used too, if it exists, via third party ContributedProviders.
* Security
** Wiki-level and page-level privilege control.
** Security can be applied to individual users as well as to entire groups.
** Authentication: simple XML file-based, database-based, container-managed and custom authentication modules can be used.
** Authorization: security policies and ACLs can be applied to authentication status (anonymous, cookie-based, authenticated), container roles or ''ad hoc'' wiki groups you set up yourself
* Easy [plugin interface|JSPWikiPlugins] for writing your own additions.
** Some of the [Core Plugins|JSPWikiCorePlugins] distributed with JSPWiki are: [Counter], [CurrentTimePlugin], [Image], [InsertPage], [TableOfContentsPlugin], [VotePlugin], [WikiFormsPlugin], and for blogging: [WeblogArchivePlugin], [WeblogEntryPlugin], [WeblogPlugin].
** A few of the many [ContributedPlugins] that are available: [CalendarPlugin], [ColorCodePlugin|ColorCodePlugin_page], [EmailNotifierPlugin], [GoogleMapsPlugin], [ImageGenJFreeChart], [QuotationPlugin], [TasksPlugin].
* UTF-8 support.
* [JavaServerPages]-based
* Easy-ish installation (if you have ever installed other [JSP]-based applications, that is :-).
* Page locking to prevent editing conflicts
* Support for [Multiple Wikis]

!!What's going to come next
* See [JSPWikiFeatureRoadMap].


[#1] Here's a footnote.
[#2] Here's a footnote as well.

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