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New versions of PHP and PEAR Manual modules for PHP-Nuke
Add Onschris writes "I think it is about time for new versions of the PHP-Nuke modules of the manuals! The whole PHP Manual (version of 2006-01-27) and the whole PEAR Manual (version of 19-02-2006), with all their links, are now available as a PHP-Nuke modules that will fit nicely into your PHP-Nuke: get the PHP Manual as a PHP-Nuke module and the the PEAR Manual as a PHP-Nuke module and they will provide your visitors with the PHP and PEAR knowledge they search for, all integrated into your PHP-Nuke site. No use of iframes is made, so these modules are browser-independent. No need to leave your site anymore, no need to renounce to your website design - full customization control provided through CSS for thorough adaptation to your personal theme. A must-have for every technically-oriented PHP-Nuke site.

The PHP Manual module contains an exact copy of the PHP Manual as of Jan. 27th, 2006. It needs 42 MB of disk space for all it approx. 5900 files, so it's not for small sites. Also, some ISPs do not allow more than 2000 files in one single directory - in this case you are also out of luck.

The PEAR Manual module contains an exact copy of the PEAR Manual as of Feb. 19th., 2006. It needs a bit less: only 19 MB of disk space, with approx. 2400 files.

If you are interested to see how the PHP and PEAR Manuals were nuked, the method is described in detail in the PHP-Nuke HOWTO, in the subsection on How to include a HTML file and its links in a PHP-Nuke module, as well as in the thread How to transform a collection of HTML files into a module.

Note that the Licence of the PHP and PEAR manuals is not GPL, although quite liberal. However, the index.php file, as well as the CSS files of the modules are set under the GPL by me. Please read index.php and the INSTALL file for details. You should also have a look at index.php if you want to get an idea of the dimensions of this project.

Get the newest versions of the manual modules here: PHP Manual as a PHP-Nuke module and PEAR Manual as a PHP-Nuke module and install them on your site today! Send your questions to The Nuked PHP and PEAR Manuals thread of my PHP-Nuke Forum."
Posted on Friday, March 10 @ 05:53:06 CET by VinDSL
 
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Re: New versions of PHP and PEAR Manual modules for PHP-Nuke (Score: 1)
by nuke_reporter on Friday, March 10 @ 08:22:38 CET
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hi Chris,

nice work: your modules were appreciated by many phpnukers.

btw. is there any plan for improvements of the PHPNuke-book on karakas-online.

This documentation is the best one available, but i guess that there are certain parts that could be added, maintained or enhanced.

Are there any ideas that you have -. if yes then it would be great if you share them with the commuity.


best regards
NR



the forums - a ressource for problem solving capabilities - (Score: 1)
by nuke_reporter on Friday, March 10 @ 15:27:59 CET
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hi Chris,

you write: one will have to content himself with all those entries starting "How to..." in the List of all topics in my PHP-Nuke Forum [www.karakas-online.de]. As you can see, given enough editorial work, one can make a Forum look like a HOWTO. :-)


first: thx for running your forums - good job and great ressource with in depth problem solving capabilities. worth to stop by for many nukers and to look whats new and hot.
within the forums - many many great ideas and innovations were hidden. Because of this i [ and many many Nukers from all over the globe] were looking forward to any and all kinds of maintenance of the docs.-
But with or without the improvements - your doc-book is the best phpnuke documentation available.

keep it up !

N-reporter


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