PHP-Nuke Tutorial

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PHP-Nuke Tutorial
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Your PHP Nuke Admin is located at: _____________________________________________ You will be prompted for a user name an password to access your PHP Nuke Admin. Your user name is: _______________________ Your password is: _________________________ nukesop.pub Eff:Oct04
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of 13 Accessing PHP Nuke Administration Logging in to PHP Nuke To log in to your PHP Nuke administration area, visit the URL specified above. Your screen will show a page similar to the one on the right. Simply enter the username and password provided to you. Then enter the numbers that appear in the gray box on your screen in the field labeled “Security Code.” The “Security Code” field is a secu- rity feature that helps protect your site. The Administration Page After logging in, you will be taken to a page like the one shown here. Each graphic is a link to a page that will give you control over one area of your site. Here is a brief overview of some of the ad- ministration sections: Add Story – Adds a new item to the “News” module Blocks – Allows you to rearrange the “Blocks” on your site’s pages Calendar – Add / remove events on your Cal- endar Cpage – Edit your homepage Edit Admins – Create other Administrators on your site Edit Users – If you are allowing users to register on your site, you may edit them here Encyclopedia – Definition of terms Ephemerids – A “quote of the day” block PHP-Nuke Tutorial How to operate your PHP-Nuke website 22603 West Main Street Sussex, WI 53089 Ph: 262.820.8201 Fax: 262.820.8202 Outside Metro Milwaukee Call Toll Free: 800.747.3399 www.OnYourMark.com office@OnYourMark.com
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FAQ – A Question and Answer Section Forums – A message board HTTP Referrers – Sites that link to your site KKA Content Pages – “Static” Text pages on your site Messages – Messages you may display to your visitors Modules – Edit modules on your site News Articles – Another self updateable news section Preferences – General site configuration op- tions Submissions – User submitted news items Surveys / Polls – Add a poll to your site Topics – Different topics you may have for the “Add Story” section Web Links – Manage your links directory Logout – Log out of the administration section The Administration Page (Continued) nukesop.pub Eff:Oct04
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Lets say that you have the “Calendar” module installed and you would like to rename it to “Events.” In the “Title” column, find “Calendar.”

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