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26 Sep 2004 05:38 Avatar arraffaele

Similar to Webmatic WCE
It's interesting to compare postnuke to this new content manager (Webmatic (www.cannizzaroct.it/we...)), I think there is some similar positive aspect in the two PHP/MySQL scripts.

30 Jul 2002 14:16 thalinor Thumbs up

we need to keep it more up to date :)
PostNuke .71? yeah, its hard to keep track with all those sites, hotscripts.com, freshmeat.net, you name it.

-gregor

13 Jun 2002 18:22 datavortex Thumbs up

Re: The most dependable and sturdy option

>
> Is there any easy to follow instructions
> / tutorials out there that get you
> started with postnuke

I reccomend checking out this (postnuke.com/modules.p... title=Info on Getting Started guide) page for some basic getting started info (or download PDF directly here (www.drewvogel.com/modu... title=PostNuke Getting Started Manual)), if you find the INSTALL file and other instructions insufficient.

13 Jun 2002 09:26 adrianjones

Re: The most dependable and sturdy option
Is there any easy to follow instructions / tutorials out there that get you started with postnuke

18 Mar 2002 12:46 datavortex Thumbs up

The most dependable and sturdy option
There are a lot of PHP portals, content management, and blogging tools around now. Having tried most of them, I can say with a high degree of confidence that PostNuke is the best of its breed. The code is API and standards-based (as of the now-current version .71), and follows good practices and standards. The features are plentiful, modular, and actively developed. Functionality is easily added to the system, as the core is seperate from the availible add-ons. The system is also themes-based, letting you easily alter the look and feel of your site while abstracting from the functionality. If you are considering deploying any content management system for your webpage that supports user functionality, dynamically adjustable content, and easy expandability, you should definitely give this system a look over.

12 Nov 2001 08:21 skribe Thumbs up

The best
Easily the best of the web content management systems.

12 Aug 2001 11:34 cmlee Thumbs up

Post-nuke is the best!
post-nuke has to be the best web portal. The community is excellent, and the portal itself. And because it's run by a big group of developers, there is always more than one features being made.

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