Last Build Date: Mon, 25 May 2009 20:57:41 -0000
Mon, 25 May 2009 20:57:41 -0000
The project website did not work correctly with the cms so it was better to take it down.
Sat, 28 Jun 2003 18:37:40 -0000
Chin Sitemanager is one step further again, bringing you the first major update since its release on SourceForge.
Most notable changes are: CSS support is taking shape; separated the configuration file from main_inc.php, paving the way for a nice installation script in one of the next releases; and more control over what users are allowed to do.
From the change log:
Updates for version 0.9.1
- Thursday 26 June 2003
- Configuration and theme are now replaced to setup directory (no longer in main_inc.php)
- Added options to enable or disable markup and html code
- Fixed a bug in listthreads (mysql-bug)
- Forum subjects are now ordered according to last reply
- Possibility to prohibit anonymous posts
- Saturday 28 June 2003
- Added area availability control in config_inc.php
- Improved CSS support
- Added option to edit folders
- Disabled user titles in forum since it is not implemented yet
- Implemented/improved support for image url (avatar)
Fri, 27 Jun 2003 10:05:57 -0000
Some areas on this site are disabled because these are not used now like: Tasks, Lists and CVS. When appropreate I will enable them later on, but now it is only confusing.
Fri, 27 Jun 2003 06:52:16 -0000
Work has started on version 0.9.1. Here is an overview of some of the improvements:
- Theme and configuration are no longer in main_inc.php but in two separate include files in the setup directory.
- More control over user comments: switch this option on and off, determine if html and markup are allowed.
- Ability to disable some markup codes (like for example img and url)
- Some bug fixes
Wed, 25 Jun 2003 15:34:11 -0000
Welcome to the Chin Sitemanager project. This project aims at building a complete set of scripts to manage a website. Three levels of information / communication are available: articles, forums and chat.
A working system is already made and will be made available on this site as soon as possible.
I'm still in the process of finding a more catching name for the site manager. However I always used to call it the Chin Sitemanager, so maybe I'll keep it like that ...