The question is can I render wiki features in my website which is to be made with Drupal.For e.g if I make a website with tons of features how can Wiki feature be made functional with Drupal.If no should I make new themes.
To allow contributors to easily link between multiple pages, check out the Freelinking module.
To enable simple plain-text formatting, check out the Markdown module.
To allow editing subsections of text individually, check out the Edit Section module.
To automatically generate a Table of Contents for each node, check out the Table of Contents module.
To move comments to a separate page (similar to the Wikipedia "Talk" pages), check out the Talk module.
I'm working on a similar project and I make use of following combination
- Installed the profile Corporative Site, as it contains the the rich text editor - "CKEditor" and the image upload option with IMCE preconfigured.
- Enabled the "book" module which is a part of drupal core from admin/modules, as it contains the most of the wiki features by default.
- Installed ACL and Content Access to give appropriate access to the types of users like - Administrator, Author(The one who will be responsible to add a book page), and Authenticated user(will just see the page and comment.
- And created a sub-theme by following this procedure.