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PHP-Nuke Basic 8.1.0.3.4.1 RELEASED
PHP-Nukeforgotz writes "A CMS empowers individuals at all levels to express themselves and their message, whether it be community, retail or service. PHP-Nuke allows the webmaster and/or site editor options, feedback and statistics. Unlike plain "static" HTML, PHP-Nuke is dynamic and ever changing. This is possible because of database technology. Your PHP-Nuke database collects and displays information, giving you and the end-user a much gratifying experience. To begin your journey with PHP-Nuke Basic, click here.

Where the PHP-Nuke Patched Series leaves off, we pick up. Since version 7.7, DaDaNuke has been committed to improving PHP-Nuke. Taking a 'Less is More' approach, we have developed a distribution that is light, flexible and more stable than other traditional releases.

More than anything though, we love what we do! Don't be confused by other PHP-Nuke releases, that append a letter to the end of the version number. They more than likely started with our distribution as a foundation for their release. Whether correcting spelling or grammatical issues or those little annoyances, we have taken the time to comb through the code and fix as many as we could find.

At DaDaNuke, we make PHP-Nuke better!

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