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PHP-Nuke

PHP-Nuke is a web based automated news publishing and content management system based on PHP and MySQL. The system is fully controlled over a web-based user interface. Its centerpiece is a news section where users and editors can post news items (user-submitted news items are selected by editors). The goal of PHP-Nuke is to have an automated web site to distribute news and articles with users system. Each user can submit comments to discuss the articles, just similar to Slashdot and many others.

PHP-Nuke and its later forks[?], Postnuke, myPHPNuke[?], Envolution[?] and Xaraya (the latter two are in fact forks of Postnuke), have a wide range of features that allow the site owner to interact with visitors, including journals[?], link management, forums etc. Main features include: web based admin, surveys, top page, access stats page with counter, user customizable box, themes[?] manager for registered users, friendly administration GUI with graphic topic manager, option to edit or delete stories, option to delete comments, moderation system, Referers[?] page to know who link us, sections manager, customizable HTML blocks, user and authors edit, an integrated banner ads system, search engine, backend/headlines generation (RSS/RDF[?] format), and many other functions. Supports 25 languages, has a Yahoo! like search engine, Comments option in Polls, lot of themes, Ephemerids[?] manager, File Manager, Headlines, download manager, faq manager, advanced blocks systems, reviews[?] system, newsletter[?], categorized articles, multilanguage content management and a lot more.

The system is written in PHP and has been released as free software under the GNU General Public License. Requires the Apache server, PHP and an SQL database (MySQL, mSQL[?], PostgreSQL, ODBC, ODBC_Adabas, Sybase or Interbase[?]).

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