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Saving via WebDAV

 15th June 2022 at 3:50pm

If hosted on a WebDAV-enabled server, TiddlyWiki will automatically save changes via HTTP for TiddlyWiki's created after 2016. If you created your wiki before Feb 16 2016 you'll need to Upgrade to enable WebDAV.

Cross platform lightweight servers

Lightweight, portable and easy to use solutions



  • WebDavNav Server via the Mac App store.


  • RCX is an open source file manager for Android based on rclone. It is available on both F-Droid and Google Play. Thanks to its integrated WebDAV server, it lets you edit the wikis that you keep in your pocket. You can share them with other devices on the local network too.


Many NAS or Subversion servers support WebDAV out of the box. Setting up your own server might take some effort though:

Free Hosting

Several WebDAV hosting services tested (, don't support accessing HTML files via a webbrowser, so they won't work with TiddlyWiki. However, The GMX mediacenter ( has been reported as working with WebDAV with a free account.


Koofr is a cloud service that emphasizes privacy. To use their webdav services, sign up for an account at . Then go to preferences on their web app. Then password from the menu on the left. Scroll down to App Passwords. Use some name like 'tiddlywiki' and generate a password. Despite what it says, save the password somewhere.

You will probably need to rename your file extension to .aspx. Then upload your file on some path, preferably without spaces to their site. Then in the browser link to the site with an address like:

When you do, an authentication dialog will come up. Use your email address that you used to sign up and the password you just generated to login.

You should be able to load the file and save changes back in place.

Paid Hosting


pCloud is cloud service with servers in Europe and the United States. When you sign up, you need to select which server location is best for you. Then in your web browser, sign in to the service. Upload the file you wish to access via the browser interface. Then, in another tab, open either

if your servers are in the U.S. or

if your servers are in Europe.

A file navigation page should come up. Navigate to your file and open in your browser. You should be able create and save changes.