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the documentation for PHPNUKE: let us take it to the next level
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Brandnew - The new PHP-NUKE-HowTo is mentioned at the Linux Documentation-Project

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"Claudio Erba, Chris Karakas, Andre Purfield and Fortunato Matarazzo wrote a PHP-Nuke: management and Programming HOWTO.
There has always been the necessity to have a definitive guide on PHP-Nuke. This tutorial describes the installation and structure of PHP-Nuke and the details of customizing the front end to suit the users' needs. The architecture of PHP-Nuke, with its modules, blocks, topics and themes is presented in detail, as well as the interplay of PHP and MySQL for the creation of a mighty content management system (CMS).It also delves into more advanced issues, like the programming of PHP-Nuke blocks and modules."

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and the registered brandnew - The new PHP-NUKE-HowTo

- well now we need translators into many languages - Any takers out there? We want to improve the document untill it gets the mature of a book! - Any takers?

Posted on Wednesday, July 09 @ 18:43:21 CEST by [RETIRED]Raven
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Re: the documentation for PHPNUKE: let us take it to the next level (Score: 1)
by Zhen-Xjell on Wednesday, July 09 @ 20:34:28 CEST
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So where is?

Especially Nuke Cops, since we're an official PHP-Nuke development team.

Re: the documentation for PHPNUKE: let us take it to the next level (Score: 1)
by amp2000 on Thursday, July 10 @ 07:14:53 CEST
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Hi Zhen-Xjell
I'm Andre Purfield who is mentioned above.
Your correct, there is no mention of nukecops & a few other ones, it's a bit out of date I agree.
Myself & Chris Karakas have been a bit busy lately so after we done the translation from Italian to english we kind of hoped people would help us update the HOWTO which has'nt happened unfortunately.
If someone were to re-write a chapter or part of a chapter and e-mail it to me myself & Chris will review it & if it's good we would be happy to update the HOWTO.
If there's enough interest in this I'll put up a Forum on my site so people can help keep the HOWTO current.
If even 1 person asks me to set up a Forum for it I will.

cmon people, help us keep this HOWTO current, we have already put an enormous amount of time into this already so we'd appreciate a bit of help keeping it current.


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