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dynAdmin is a content management system (CMS) that is unlike any other. Most CMSes out there create dynamic Web sites that are based on news entries. dynAdmin creates dynamic Web sites based on individual sites, templates, and most important of all, pages. Besides allowing for dynamic Web sites in this way, it has many other features such as news generation automatic FAQs, completely customizable templates (both site-based and global), multiple users, printable pages, templates, and more.

Operating Systems

Recent releases

  •  08 May 2003 03:03

    Release Notes: When creating a new news story, sometimes nothing but the date would actually be saved into the database. This has been fixed. Also, a bug that would sometimes cause dynAdmin not to allow you to edit news stories has been fixed.

    •  03 May 2003 21:21

      Release Notes: When viewing an entire news archive as a printable page, the "Printable Version" links next to each article would still appear. That has been fixed, as well as the bug that would cause FAQ entries to be displayed in a sub-site's news section.

      •  02 May 2003 23:08

        Release Notes: Some install directions were made clearer. Some versions of PHP don't support the $PHP_SELF global variable, so all of these calls where changed to $_SERVER['PHP_SELF'] for compatibility. Sometimes, the check for MySQL would fail even though it would be installed and running properly. This has also been fixed.

        •  01 May 2003 01:37

          Release Notes: Moving the search.php and page_parser.php outside of your dynAdmin folder wasn't working properly, so instructions were added on what to change in the two files to make them work with your setup. Don't worry, you just have to change a path or two.

          •  26 Apr 2003 21:27

            No changes have been submitted for this release.


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