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PluggedOut Blogging Script - New Version Available

Version 1.9.9h of the PluggedOut Blog script is now available for
download.

The latest version fixes numerous issues with earlier versions, and
introduces lots improvements asked for by users.

PluggedOut Blog is a free, open source blog/diary/journal script,
written by a professional software developer to give something back to
the internet that we take so much from. The script is used by many
people all over the world to provide a fast, light, flexible and
powerful blogging solution. It's also a good example of how to design
and build a database driven web application for those just starting
out.

PluggedOut Blog Project Homepage
- http://www.pluggedout.com/index.php?pk=dev_blog

PluggedOut Blog Wiki
- http://www.pluggedout.com/wiki/wikka...PluggedOutBlog

Demonstration Installation
- http://www.pluggedout.com/blog

Feature Overview
- Multi-User with Roles
- Themes & Templates
- Monthly calendar with hilighted days and navigation controls
- List of recent entries
- Visitor comments against entries
- Optional Verification codes on comments (anti-spam)
- Optional Approval of comments
- Comment Management Interface
- Supports RSS 2
- TimeZone control
- BBCodes
- Plugins/Includes supported
- Full administration interface
- Multi-Lingual Interfaces supported
- Add, edit, remove and publish/unpublish blog entries
- Change themes
- Edit Template files directly from admin interface
- Upload files for use in entries
- Change settings from the admin interface
- Superb, friendly support through the PluggedOut forums
- A well written script by a professional software developer
- Based on rock-solid technologies - MySQL and PHP.

Jun 2 '06 #1
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