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New version 2.0 of the PHP-Nuke HOWTO
PHP-Nukechris writes "
Hello Nukers,

the new version 2.0 of the PHP-Nuke HOWTO is finally released! I have added 400 pages to Claudio's text, so the new document is now over 500 pages long! See Credits for all the changes. It is also available as a PHP-Nuke module to install it on your site! As usual, this HOWTO is also available in many formats, including HTML, PDF, PS and even RTF, see the Formats section.

Why did it take so long? - you may ask. Well, if you have a look at the new PHP-Nuke HOWTO you will understand why. There is no topic left out, everything is covered: installation, configuration, themes, blocks, modules, programming, security, acceleration, optimization, day-to-day operation... From now on, you can really say: Read That Fine Manual! :-)

Now you don't need to worry about documentation anymore - just download the PHP-Nuke module of the HOWTO and install it on your PHP-Nuke site!

Let me give you some statistics:

28 Chapters
500 pages
100 Images
2500 Index entries (that's almost a 30-page Index!)
1000 references to external sources
1500 cross-references
400 HTML files
3000 hours of work

If you would like to learn more about the creation process of a document like this, read document processing with LyX and SGML.

Of course, in a document of this complexity, there will always be errors and inaccuracies. Please feel free to post your comments and suggestions in the PHP-Nuke HOWTO thread of my PHP-Nuke Forum. "
Posted on Thursday, February 19 @ 09:30:45 CET by Daniel-cmw
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Re: New version 2.0 of the PHP-Nuke HOWTO (Score: 1)
by NukeEvangelist on Thursday, February 19 @ 09:47:35 CET
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Good job. Anybody that produces documentation and tutorials should be commended for the effort.
Now that you've posted this guide, you make the community happy. Good docs are a valuable asset for the whole Nuke-Community - for newbies and veteran Nukers.

I'd love to see some extensible documentation for the future of PHPNuke ( and perhaps for PostNuke as well)

Well do you think that your work could be adopted for the advanced creation of some docs in the postnuke-way?

BTW: Therefore the creation process could be interesting.

Above all - having such a nice document opens up many options for sustainable developement. the allready achieved docs are somewhat of a milestone.

Again - many thanks for the documentation and Tutorial.


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