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New version of PHP blog script

Hi all,

Just a quick message letting whoever might be interested know that I've
packaged up a new version of my blog script for people to download.

Information about the project...

Download Script...

Support Forum...

The new version has the following "features" (I originally wrote the
blog script for my own use, and decided to give it away because I
believe in open source).

- Multi User with Roles (admin, author, contributor)

- Themes and Templates (very easy to modify look/feel)

- Full Administration Interface;
Entry Management & Authoring
User Management
File Uploads
Theme management
Category Management
- Typical Blog functionality; Month Calendar with hilighted entries
Entry List
Category Filtering
Keyword Searching
Comments on Entries

Hope the above is informative, and I hope the blog script is useful to
somebody somewhere :) If nothing else, the script gives a good example
of how to build a project in PHP for people who are just starting out -
I've commented the code pretty thoroughly.


Jonathan Beckett

Sep 15 '05 #1
2 1621
Woah, nice! I've been looking for a better blog script and I think this
is the one I'll use. If nothing else I'll use it as an exmaple to
create my own. Thanks!


Sep 16 '05 #2
On 15 Sep 2005 17:46:21 -0700, LF****@gmail.com wrote:
Woah, nice!

Not really another Googler who knows nothing about newsgroup conventions.
Learn to quote what you are replying to.
Sep 16 '05 #3

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