PHP-Nuke: Management and Programming

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PHP-Nuke: Management and Programming
Chapter 1. Terms of distribution…1
1.1. Disclaimer…1
1.2. Formats…1
1.3. Licence…1
1.4. Availability of sources…2
1.5. Aknowledgements…2
Chapter 2. Introduction to PHP−Nuke…4
2.1. Purpose…4
2.2. What Is PHP−Nuke…4
2.3. Short history of PHP−Nuke…5
2.4. The Nuke Communities…6
2.5. Why use PHP−Nuke and not static HTML pages…6
Chapter 3. Front end structure: user view…8
3.1. The preinstalled modules…9
3.2. Other non−installed modules…16
3.3. The preinstalled blocks…17
Chapter 4. Back end structure: administrator view…18
4.1. The administration functions…18
4.2. The Preferences Page…22
Chapter 5. How to install PHP−Nuke…24
5.1. Installation process…24
5.1.1. Download…24
5.1.2. Upload through FTP…24
5.1.3. Formulation of the file permissions…25
5.2. How to install PHP−Nuke through PHPMyadmin…26
5.2.1. What Is PHPMyadmin…26
5.2.2. How to install the DB of PHP−Nuke with PHPMyadmin…26
5.2.3. The config.php file…29
5.2.4. Resources…30
Chapter 6. Architecture and structure…31
6.1. Directory structure…31
6.2. Main page management…32
6.3. Module management…32
6.4. Administration management…33
Chapter 7. Customising PHP−Nuke themes…35
7.1. Structure of a PHP−Nuke theme…35
7.2. Modifying the HTML template…38
7.2.1. Example creation of HTML file to include in the theme…38
7.3. Theme construction: the rules to follow…39
Chapter 8. Creating blocks…40
8.1. The characteristics of the various types of blocks…40
8.2. How to create a new block…41
8.2.1. How to create a block, theoretical approach:…41
8.2.2. How to create a block, a practical example…42
Chapter 9. Creating modules…43
9.1. Module structure…43
9.2. Creating fully compatible modules: the rules to follow…43
9.3. Module creation, the public part…44
9.4. Module creation, administrator part…47
Chapter 10. Some security precautions…52
10.1. The permissions on the folders and files…52
10.2. Cookies − timeout and configuration…52
Chapter 11. Programmer\\\’s tools…55
11.1. The database tables…55
11.2. The syntax of SQL code…57
11.3. PHPMyadmin, administering MySQL via web…58
11.3.1. What is PHPMyadmin…58
11.3.2. How to install the PHP−Nuke DB with PHPMyadmin…59
11.4. MySQL Front, how to administer a MySQL DB from Windows…60
11.5. Foxserv, making PHP−Nuke work on Windows Systems…62

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