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    what script can do that ?

    hi ..
    this is my first post in this great forum and i hope i can benfit and get help from the experts in here.
    am sites designer..
    i want to change the look and content of my site.. am going to put some photoshop tutorials, samples of my work, free area for visitors to download some stuff like filters,brushes..etc and also i'll need a section for articles .
    my question is : is there any php scripts has these features : tutorials, articles,downloads. i mean one scritp running all of these sections and more if possible.

    thanx for your time.
    ][][^][][ MoLHeM ][][^][][

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    Well i'm not sure if postnuke has a tutorials module but it has articles and downloads: www.postnuke.com

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    SitePoint Member molhem's Avatar
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    well, thanx mist.
    but i don't think post nuke is a suitable one.

    any more ideas ??

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    Postnuke should be suitable or Mambo. TYPO3 would be my choice for the WYSIWYG alone.

    TYPO3 is a fairly large application that takes time to learn.

    You can see it in action via video tutorials here:
    http://typo3.org/1497.0.html

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    hi

    as a phpWebThings supporter i have to give to u this link:
    www.phpdbform.com
    or make a script by yourself!
    cya

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    This site is useful for testing all the different open source CMSs (can't vouch for ALL). That is, IF you're looking for a Content Management System.

    In particular phpWebsite looked promising for me once. You can style pages the way you want to. http://phpwebsite.appstate.edu/. It is demo-ed on the CMS site also.

    Good luck! :-)


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