After registration, you will be assigned with a specific "domain" corresponding to a page in the form
which can contain an arbitrary number of sub-pages within it. Here are some information of a sub-page from wikipedia:
Making a new [[link]] that begins with a / (slash) is the common way to start a subpage. The page to which this link points is considered "subordinate" to its host page, and is titled and linked as [[Parentpage/Subpage]]. It is possible to create a subpage of a subpage (or a sub-subpage). At the top of each subpage or sub-subpage, you can find a backlink (a.k.a. breadcrumb) to the higher levels of the page.
In short all the pages of your organization will be located under a dedicated address but at the same time they will reside in a shared environment, both to ensure collaborativeness among organizations, and because by this way you can enjoy, de facto, a fully maintained platform, where site's administrators (meant to be IT professionals) will advice you of any consistency of the wiki text (which entails some complexity) and will take care of extensions, templates, modules, semantic properties, and all other elements which guarantee a profitable and rich experience both from the side of visitors, and the organizations themselves.
By default, your organization's data structure will take this form:
Organization main page | Abstract | Location | Gallery |─────── Courses | Language course A.A 2020 - 2021 | Language course A.A 2021 - 2021 |─────── Members | Member first and last name | Member first and last name |─────── Teachers | Teacher first and last name | Teacher first and last name |─────── Articles | author(s) title | author(s) title |─────── Posts | month literal year - title | month literal year - title |─────── News ────── year | day - month literal | day - month literal ────── year | day - month literal |─────── Meetings | title - date | title - date | Documents | Table of contents
as long as you keep creating kind of contents (like articles, posts, teachers and so on) using the forms listed in the side panel, which will indeed create pages with that specific structure, while this functioning (implemented for convenience) can be avoided either creating an empty page using the tool Special:CreateOrEditPage (or simply typing the new page name in the browser address bar) and then inserting a form through the menu on top (see here for more tips,) or moving the page once it has been created, for instance from
[your organization name]/Articles/[article name]
[your organization name]/Articoli/[article name]
using the "Move" button on the menu top after creation.
Also, for a matter of mutual protection, you will be allowed to edit any page under the "domain" (page and subpages) of your organization, while all the other pages and sub-pages of this wiki are protected from editing, with the exception of the pages with contents of common interest like Opportunities, Reading suggestions, Digital libraries and open-source books created by you or members of your staff. The contents created therein, will be immediately published with the mention of their author and his/her affiliated organization, in order to encourage the creation of contents which might be useful for everybody.
With reference to the pages structure above, it is also to be noted that, as for now (December 2020) the default contents model does not contain a link to the 'news' page, so you can decide what is the best way to link to news notices in your case, while all the internal pages (also those not linked in the main page) of your organization can be found in the related Table of contents, whose link is in the side panel.