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    SitePoint Enthusiast nicbos's Avatar
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    Looking for a script

    Hello FORUM,

    i've just started approaching PHP and mySQL platform; i'm looking for a "pre-made" simple script, free to use (under GNU), to manage some content (a mini-portal site), very simple, just to begin working on it.

    Can you suggest me any script?
    (I well know phpNuke, but i need something MORE simple).

    Thanks
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    SitePoint Enthusiast nicbos's Avatar
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    Thanks for your reply.
    I visited all the suggested links, but i didn't find exactly what i'm looking for.

    Probably phpNuke is the best script for my needs, but it has a lot of features i won't use.

    Basically, i'd like to build up a simple content site, with 3 column:

    1 left column: the main links
    2 center: the content
    3 right column: free to use

    In the center column, i need an index of latest articles, with a small pic; clicking you enter the whole article.

    Add just an header, a footer, and a readable archive.
    That's it.

    I don't need visitors interaction (loading comments, articles, i don't really need......)

    Hope this helps to better understand my needs.
    Thx
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    Your best bet to have a CMS that has the specific features that you want would be to code it yourself or pay someone to do it.

    Before I coded my own, I tested marticle for a short while because it didn't have all the bells and whistles of the other programs but gave it up because it wasn't a perfect fit, so I understand not wanting to use something that isn't right. I really recommend following Kevin's tutorial and building your own. Plus you can do a search on the this forum for past threads that other people posted in, that explain how to customize his cms.


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