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Building Websites with PHP-Nuke by Douglas Paterson

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Chapter 6. Story Management with PHP‑Nuke

So far our PHP-Nuke site is pretty empty. Sure, we've got to grips with the administration area, moved blocks around the page, configured modules and site preferences, even added a new message to the homepage. However, the middle bit of our site still seems pretty empty. It feels like there is something missing... that's right, the content.

PHP-Nuke does not summon content from the darkest regions of the universe to appear on your site by magic (I'm sorry to disappoint you there). In this chapter, we will begin the journey of managing content with PHP-Nuke, or, in other words, getting stuff up on the site.

Here we're going to look at the fundamental type of PHP-Nuke content, the story. Stories in PHP‑Nuke ...

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