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tNews is a set of PHP4 scripts designed to provide easy-to-use basic news headline support for websites. The system uses HTML-based templates to specify formatting of news pages, providing complete control of page appearance to the webmaster. The system's backend is provided by a MySQL database, and support is included for generation of both news and old news pages. News HTML pages are only regenerated when changes are made to news headlines, so end users suffer no delays caused by database access or parsing of scripting code. All administration and setup is done through a Web-based interface, so no editing of text files is required.

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Release Notes: This release makes Subject IDs visible to users, adds robust error checking to most of the code, and fixes a few minor content generation bugs.

  •  07 Feb 2002 11:38

Release Notes: This release fixes a bug that caused the "Next" link on the first "Old News" page to be broken when multiple old news pages are used.

Release Notes: This release adds fulltext searching of news headlines and bodies, generation of multi-page old news listings, and generation of basic RDF files to allow syndication of news headlines.

  •  04 Sep 2001 14:28

Release Notes: This release fixes bugs that prevented editing categories from working.

Release Notes: This release adds a category system which includes maintenance of categories as well as upload support for category icons. Other new features include limited support for multiple posters, an improved url() function, and better documentation. Starting with this release, tNews no longer supports PHP3.

RSS Recent comments

31 Aug 2001 12:31 technomancer

Website back online
The replacement router arrived and
is back online.


30 Aug 2001 12:42 technomancer

Website down until ~09/03/2001
My router melted down, so is going
to be down until a replacement arrives. Worst
case the site should be back up by September 3rd.


16 Oct 2000 13:16 technomancer

website problem

Well, I temporarily fixed the bizarre conflict between my
current host and freshmeat, so the homepage loads correctly now.

I'm not sure what the source of the problem was, since the 404 error only occured coming from freshmeat (if you
just entered the url in the browser it was fine...). Anyways
I'll be moving the site to a new host soon because this is
not the first odd problem I've encountered with my hosting



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