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PostNuke

June 17th, 2006 No comments

[PostNuke]

PostNuke “is software that creates an impressive, dynamic web site and provides the webmaster with a site they can administer with a minimal amount of HTML knowledge through a web browser.

PostNuke can do anything from traditional blog sites, to a community website with hundreds of users. PostNuke can scale to thousands of users but is just as easy to create a small website for friends and family.

PostNuke was started in July 2001 as a fork of PHP-Nuke, by John Cox, Greg Allan, Harry Zink, and Sean Finkle. One year later, the PostNuke software was 100% free of any legacy code.

PostNuke is a PHP – MySQL application, and is released under the GNU General Public License (GPL). PostNuke was renamed Zikula in June 2008.

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MDPro

June 17th, 2006 No comments

[MDPro]

A CMS is an application that provides for the display and management of the contents of a web site. MDPro carries this many steps farther by making this management simple yet powerful. Your MDPro powered web site can be updated in seconds without any knowledge of programming or HTML.

MDPro can be configured to allow your site users to send news, comment on existing news, vote in polls, administer their own account via a simple graphical interface and much more.

MDPro (formerly MD-Pro) was born in the summer of 2003 as an enhanced version of PostNuke (a fork of PHP-Nuke) and eNvolution (a fork of PostNuke), removing the Encompass templating system coming from eNvolution and integrating the AutoTheme Lite templating system instead.

MDPro is released under the GNU GPL (General Public License).

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