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phpblaster 1.0 RC1

Sat, 03 Apr 2004 16:37:05 -0000

phpblaster is a small but powerful and completely module based, portal system with focus on both, newbies and advanced users. The project started in June 2003 and is under ongoing development. After leaving the beta phase behind, it now runs on many professional pages and people are going to love it more and more.
You can easily add your themes into the themes folder and spot the places in your html code where you want to have the portal's functionality. With some basic PHP skills you can do a lot of cool things with it because it is really open! phpblaster's structure is similiar to portal systems like phpNUKE. This means that you could also easily port your phpNUKE modules to phpblaster and offer them to a wider audience.

This version is highly recommended and will be the first which will be upgradeable to future versions. Within the package there are basic instructions for creating articles and how to build own modules. The instructions are in german. If there is someone who wants to help translating it into english, you are welcome!




phpBLASTER - An Open Source CMS/Portal/Website-Engine

Mon, 07 Jul 2003 09:57:20 -0000

Hi Folks!
Today, I released the BETA 1 of phpBLASTER 1.0. It is a Nuke-like CMS/Portal solution coming with several modules and blocks. Would be nice if you take a look at it. In fact the standard theme looks a bit ugly but you may change it easily.

http://www.phpblaster.org

If you want to help me to get it to final version, just send me an e-mail:

webmaster@php-projekte.de

Thanks!

Markus