Fulcrum Wiki


Disclaimer: Fulcrum is still early-stage software. Please don’t expect fully finished software. If you have any issues or feature requests, please post them in the support forum.

Fulcrum aims to be a wiki system similar to Confluence or Notion for WordPress.

Capture Knowledge

Easily create pages with your knowledge. Projects, meeting notes, marketing plans – everything saved in WordPress.

Find information faster

Organize your records like your personal Wikipedia. Link, group and tag your content, or use the search to find all your records fast.

Share Your Work

Did you create some wonderful piece of content? Share it with others, that they can enjoy your hard work.

Build great-looking wiki pages

Create pages with all content formats you need. Tables, Images, Lists – you name it. Write a new marketing plan, document your workflow for employee onboarding, or write a memo for your co-workers.

The best is: Everything stays in WordPress. Unlike other tools, we don’t introduce a new SaaS infrastructure to your business. All the content you create is saved in WordPress. Nothing is saved elsewhere.

Easily find & navigate your work

Always stay on top of your work. Organize your work in different wikis and create sub-pages of your work. Access your most recent and important work instantly.

Don\’t waste your time searching. Find what you are looking for with a powerful search.

3 Steps to being effortlessly organized

  1. Install the plugin
  2. Decide on which page to display your wiki
  3. Capture your knowledge

Third-Party JavaScript Library

This plugin makes extensive use of third-party open-source JavaScript libraries. To reduce download size this libraries are only included in minified form. Both the admin-interface and the frontend page are React single page applications. All libraries are available at https://www.npmjs.com/.

The whole list of libraries used in the admin interface can be found in it’s package.json file (see admin/js/reactpress-admin/package.json for more detailed information).

Respectively, the whole list of libraries used in the frontend can be found in it’s package.json file (see apps/wiki/package.json for more detailed information).

The sources of this plugin are separated into two plugins:

Build instructions

To build this plugin yourself, you need to have nodejs, composer and git installed. The build instructions are as follows:

git clone https://github.com/rockiger/reactpress.git fulcrum
cd fulcrum
git checkout fulcrum-plugin
composer install
cd admin/js/reactpress-admin
npm install
npm build         # npm start, if you want to start the dev server
cd ../../../
mkdir apps
cd apps
git clone https://github.com/rockiger/wp-wiki.git
npm install
npm build         # npm dev, if you want to start the dev server

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  1. Go to the WordPress Dashboard “Add New Plugin” section.
  2. Search For “Fulcrum Wiki”.
  3. Install, then activate it.
  4. Go to the Fulcrum-Menu, decide on which page to add your wiki.


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Protokol změnow


  • Initial Release


  • Remove „Update Dev-Environment“ button in admin area
  • Remove ‚Private: ‚ in Title of pages and add a label ‚private‘
  • Image upload from editor
  • Directly open the editor when creating a new page
  • Make the title editable
  • Add localstorage based caching for improved performance
  • Reload page to renew WordPress nonce after invalidation


  • Make switch to Lexical editor.


  • Switch default font size to 16px.


  • Add Excalidraw support