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    Hey I've been using vB for a few months. And have to say. Best one out there, and of course it's worth paying! Easy to modify and add new hacks. I just love that part.

    Well a few days ago I got a Content Manager for my site. But I've been having problems with it. Like all new scripts it had bugs. Then I thought to myself, "I wish this Content Manager was just as easy to use like vBulletin."

    It would be really cool if Jelsoft made some kind of Content manager for sites. I think that would be a great hit as well. Just like vBulletin! Obviously all in PHP and MySQL.

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    For a good content management script, check http://www.aroze.com. It's not quite out yet but it's pretty close to it.

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      Re: You Helped Build Boards - How About Helping Sites

      Originally posted by White Chocobo
      Hey I've been using vB for a few months. And have to say. Best one out there, and of course it's worth paying! Easy to modify and add new hacks. I just love that part.

      Well a few days ago I got a Content Manager for my site. But I've been having problems with it. Like all new scripts it had bugs. Then I thought to myself, "I wish this Content Manager was just as easy to use like vBulletin."

      It would be really cool if Jelsoft made some kind of Content manager for sites. I think that would be a great hit as well. Just like vBulletin! Obviously all in PHP and MySQL.
      vbPortals is a great CMS add-on for vBulletin.

      For my case , I am trying to intergrate either phpnuke or phpweblog togather with vBulletin..

      Take a look at Design 1 powered by phpnuke or Design 2 powered by phpweblog
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      • #4
        I prefer the PHPNUke thingy
        Ueli

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        • #5
          I have a template from my site. But how do I replace PHPNuke's template for mine?

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