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webadmin.php

webadmin.php is a simple Web-based file manager. It only consists of one file and has multi-language support.

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  •  11 Sep 2004 13:48

    Release Notes: webadmin.php has been completely rewritten. Now, the script outputs clean XHTML/CSS, can start shell scripts, and runs on Windows servers. The user interface has become more compact and multiple files are selectable.

    •  03 Jan 2003 17:34

      Release Notes: This release adds a treeview.

      •  08 Dec 2002 10:57

        Release Notes: This release includes code optimization and some bugfixes.

        •  25 Nov 2002 07:49

          No changes have been submitted for this release.

          Recent comments

          06 Nov 2004 15:34 saltlakejohn

          Most excellent
          Revision 8 is Daniel Wacker's rev 6 with modifications

          by Thomas Creutz. It should not have Wacker's revision

          numbers applied in the same way Wacker uses them

          because it is confusing, for example rev 8 completely

          lost the added Spanish Translation that Wacker added

          in rev 7.

          However, the Creutz modifications are valuable. They

          add very desireable features to Webadmin. Rev 8 adds

          the ability to hide selected directory information, and it

          adds the ability to use Webadmin as a program include.

          If you need to give unsophisticated users basic file

          manipulation within their own directory or sub-domain,

          rev 8 provides most of the 'safe-handling' features you

          want to extend them.

          26 Jan 2004 15:51 klokie

          nice
          very easy to use and customize. It's only one file -
          you really can't beat its simplicity.

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