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    Php Nuke

    Hello,

    I posted a topic in the web design forums yesterday asking about a script that would allow me to manage content, as well as let visitors send the pages to friends, rate articles, and simplify my job.

    Here's the thread: http://www.sitepointforums.com/showt...threadid=33732

    I decided not to continue that there, and instead bring it to the right forum, now that I know what it is.

    I found phpNuke, it seems to be exactly what I'm looking for. Can you guys please post your experiences with it? Also, any advantages/disadvantages it has. I'm completely new to php, would I bebeable to easly use it?

    Thanks, All comments would be greatly appreciated,

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    I like it..and its fine if thats what your looking for..but the problem is that there are a lot of people out there using it. If you have some time make your own custom, easy to update, community based site that doesn't look like something that everyone else has. Its not that hard

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    It's hard if you don't know php

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    It's kind of fun when you really start tearing it apart and customizing it. Trick is to not have it look like phpnuke, they all look so similar.
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    From what I've seen of phpNuke, the code is kind of a mess. It might be a bit tricky and confusing for someone who doesn't know PHP to try to make their site look different than all the other nuke sites out there.
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    Have a look at PostNuke as well, it is a fork of PHP Nuke but a more open development and cleaner code.


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    well.....

    i liked it alot only thing is when you try to add add on s or update it. I have always run into problems. Becuase its open source you got alot of young kids trying to update it or add special sections. After awhile i said screw the updates and just started wrinting code myself.

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    Check out http://www.myphpnuke.com
    That one comes with a lot of features and it's pretty nice.

    You might also like phpwebsite, haven't tried that one in a while.
    http://phpwebsite.appstate.edu/
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