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    SitePoint Addict ibeblunt's Avatar
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    My Link Directory program allows for multiple templates and writes all the categories out the plain flat files. For each category I have it so that the adminstrator can define the HEADER and FOOTER file. Pretty simple.

    http://www.sohh.com/search/category_1.html

    http://www.sohh.com/search/category_2.html < -different look (colors, layout could be slight changed)

    http://www.sohh.com/search/category_4.html
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    www.sohh.com

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    Well thats Ok for links but its a decent article management script I'm after - administrators, moderaters, voting, profile etc etc and most of all with a top admin section.

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    dang... check out MAMBO

    http://www.mamboserver.com

    Its quite the CMS. Its not template driven though which kindof sucks but the other functions are just amazing!
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    Is phpnuke suitable for your purpose ?

    It's great and cool
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    Mambo looks interesting, but while I see there change log, I don't see any information about how to download or there license.

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    DenverDave, there's a link to download it on the main page. The link is in the paragraph under "We're Up!"
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    the vbulletin thread for download mArticle 1.5 is still down

    I want to download it..


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    Mambo - still looking for download. I must be missing something obvious - are we talking about the http://www.mamboserver.com/ page? I see sections for Main Menu (no download listed), Who's online, Today's Newsfeeds,
    Featured Mambo Sites, 3.0.4 update (Read On.. brings up an article with no download link), Polls and Surveys and Contributing Authors login.

    No download that I can see! I searched the source for the page and found only one "up" which discussed that there was an upgrade, but did not link to it. Doing a seach (from the search window, did return a link with no description which contained a reference to the latest tarball which I downloaded. I hope the directions are easier than finding the download.

    http://www.mamboserver.com/popups/newswindow.php?id=1

    Oh maybe I see, in the very small blue text on darker blue background titled Meaningless Trivia: it is says to go find the Mambo download on the SourceForge site - better find it there, I may not have downloaded the current version.
    Last edited by DenverDave; Jul 5, 2001 at 08:02.

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    Had a look at mambo and did really like it -the main reason (big reason) was having a drop down box for the article list is pretty poor I thought. Its like having all the threads on sitepoint forums held in a tiny drop down box.

    If that is the sort of thing you are after have a look at http://www.phpportals.com

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    What about ezPublish. It is a CMS, portal and e-commerce system built into one. Its kind of a pain to setup, but its well worth the effort.

    http://developer.ez.no

    If anyone has problems setting it up, ask me, as I have spent hours working on our servers getting them ready to use this system.
    Please don't PM me with questions.
    Use the forums, that is what they are here for.

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    I really need a content management system also. I've been looking into ezpublish, is it possible to set up on free servers like f2s? (just to play about)?
    Last edited by smelialichu; Jul 20, 2001 at 13:02.

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    I doubt f2s is set up to handle ezPublish, among others use need some external libraries running on the server, you will also need mod_rewrite for apache. You could set it up on a windows machien for testing.
    Please don't PM me with questions.
    Use the forums, that is what they are here for.

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    I guess I should try something simpler then. I'm unlikely to find the perfect content mangement system, in the end I guess I'll just need to write one myself (or modify an existing one).

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    What about phpWebSite - would that do the job for you?

    http://phpwebsite.appstate.edu/

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    It looks promising, thankyou.

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    will code HTML for food Michel V's Avatar
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    Shameless plug: b2.

    Originally coded as a blogging tool, it is now coded as a news publishing tool. It uses PHP4 & MySQL.

    Features: EASY templating, automated user-registration (the users register by themselves, and you decide if they can post once they're registered or have to wait for your approval), and many other things... but it's not bloated.

    You have the possibility of making an infinite number of templates, for example you can make a little template to just list the titles of the latest news on your first page, and have a separate template for the news stories, it doesn't get harder than adding or deleting the template tags.
    [blogger: zengun] [blogware contributor: wordpress]


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