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phpWebSite

phpWebSite provides a complete Web site content management solution. All client output is valid XHTML 1.0 and meets the W3C's Web Accessibility Initiative requirements. Features include articles, page creation, menu management, an event scheduler, a form generator, and much more.

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  •  24 May 2010 12:58

    Release Notes: Branches now pull data from a hub instead of locally. CKeditor was implemented. Bugs were fixed.

    •  20 Nov 2008 21:12

      Release Notes: This release is for PHP 5 only. It has new modules (PHPWSBB, Checkin, and Skeleton), a new theme (vv_3col), many new features, and bugfixes.

      •  10 Jun 2008 14:58

        Release Notes: UI improvements and bugfixes were made.

        •  03 Apr 2008 15:01

          Release Notes: The File Cabinet interface was improved. Bugs were fixed.

          •  11 Dec 2007 22:12

            Release Notes: Bugfixes, two new modules, and new core library functions.

            Recent comments

            05 Mar 2004 09:37 Thulemanden

            Update
            Been running it for a few weeks and PHPWebsite is very,
            very stable.

            It takes a little while to understand the mechanics but once
            you see it, it's clear you can create an entertaining and
            context-relevant portal.


            08 Feb 2004 04:31 Thulemanden

            RSS feeds troublesome
            Installed 0.9.3-2 but can't get the RSS feed to work.

            I try to ad a validated souce*, but it doesn't show up in the list or anywhere.

            Mandrake 9.2 KDE 3.1.4

            My site:
            http://www.ebookmark.dk/phpwebsite-0.9.3-2-full/index.php?&MMN_position=1:1


            p.s. The postfix server is not installed (didn't work) so you won't be able to register for an account.


            * from http://www.syndic8.com/feedcat.php

            What else than PHBWS 0.9.3-2 is needed?


            05 Feb 2004 11:19 Thulemanden

            A rising star
            This will be a fine web portal tool for many organisations and networks.

            There is not many steps in setting it up.

            As default only a few of the features are on and they don't show up in the portal untill you have some content in them.

            As a Beta there are some inconsistences like the horizonal menu not centering and an empty square visible but it seems 99% ok.

            It's great contender for the default webportal system in a distro as it's free from inserted adds and is pretty lowkey.

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