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nukeSEO.com releases nukePIE(tm) - replacement feed reader for PHP-Nuke blocks
Add Onskbgus writes "nukeSEO.com released nukePIE(tm), a replacement for the standard PHPNuke block feed reader.

With nukePIE(tm), RavenNuke, BonusNuke, DadaNuke, NukeEvolution, Nuke Platinum and other PHP-Nuke distributions can:
  • Correctly display RSS 2.0, ATOM 1.0, or any properly-formed feed in Nuke blocks
  • Display feed item descriptions as either full-HTML tool tips or as title tags for the link, which helps visitors and search engines
Links: nukePIE demo. Download (GPL, free membership required). FAQs.

nukePIE(tm) performs the opposite function of nukeFEED(tm): nukeFEED(tm) generates feeds from PHP-Nuke content, and nukePIE(tm) consumes (or reads) feeds from any source. nukePIE(tm) uses the SimplePie class and BoxOver script.

Since nukePIE(tm) replaces core PHP-Nuke functions, it requires modifications to PHP scripts (namely, mainfile.php). nukePIE(tm) will be included in the next release of RavenNuke(tm)."
Posted on Tuesday, January 01 @ 00:54:02 CET by VinDSL
 
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Re: nukeSEO.com releases nukePIE(tm) - replacement feed reader for PHP-Nuke blocks (Score: 1)
by nuke__evangelist on Tuesday, January 01 @ 04:50:27 CET
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hi there


First of all - all the best to the new YEAR!!! HAVE a good one!!!

thanks for the great contribution. That sounds very very good.

best regards
ne


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