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From the Mail Bag

If you now bring some components into modules, to rename a link item it seems to me that I have to rename the module's folder; but with that comes, that I have to search and replace all paths within that module. Am I right or did I miss something?

<font class="pn-title">Absolutely right...</font>

I completely forgot about this, and I will start adding a variable into the modules. My mistake. I only speak and read English, and not so good at that sometimes. So the language details are sometimes forgotten by me. I remember reading about this on PHP-Nuke, but didn't file it in my long term memory.

Please, if you notice something like this in Post-Nuke, just bring it up. The letter's author also brought up a couple of missed translations in the Post-Nuke theme as well, which will be fixed. See, it's this kind of detail work that will build us all a better website.

Fall-Out .51 Ready for Download

==== After Thoughts from .50 ====

Removed $index = 1; comment on download.php

css encased headlines portion of mainfile.php

readpmsg.php missed. CSS encased now.

=== CHANGLOG for .50 ===

FIX -- added module definition lines at the top of top, stats and topics modules.

FIXED submit.php bug with previewing story. ALL HTML Validates.

Submit.php now a module

FIXED HTML Validation in ExtraLite theme.

CSS -- added to Top_List module around "("._CATEGORY.": $ctitle)".

FIXED HTML Validation error in PostNuke theme -- bottom_links.php

FIXED HTML Validation error in PostNuke theme -- theme.php

FIXED HTML Validation error in poll (mainfile.php)

Online Box no longer shows private messages if you don't have any.

FIXED rendering problem with online box caused by no line break at end.

FIXED article rendering in ExtraLite theme.

CSS -- Poll comments missing css around the comment. Still has validation errors.

FIXED strange login problem. Users are now redirected to the index page instead of calling the header. // Credits to Michael Cortez -- and Post-Nuke Dev for the redirection to Index page.

FIXED slight problem with sections not changing pages. Not sure if this made the last distribution or not.

FIXED sql dump for added modules.

FIXED problem with theme where informant was not getting credit for writing story.

ADDED variable to replypmsg.php to turn off smiles and icons. Set at top of file.

FIXED an error in memberslist module that wouldn't allow you to go to next page.

That's all of them, I believe.

Well done!

As a small contribution I can translate Post-Nuke's Arabic language file. Let me know if you need this done.

I've downloaded .5 and will install it on a site to test and implement.

Regards and do keep up the good work...


Thanks for the kind words:) For those of you that need an Arabic file, please note it has been added to the downloads. There is currently no difference between PHP-Nuke language files or Post-Nuke language files. In the .6 release towards the end of this month there will be a change to the time zone towards the end of the file, so you can offset your time. For the time being though, all language files will work.

Ease of Installation of Post-Nuke

We have written a file that will aid your installation a tad.

The file will create the db for you. It will allow you to select your prefix, so it makes it much easier when you want to add a second nuke site to the same database.

The install file will even allow you to create your admin login name and password, so you never have the God / Password hanging out there.

Upgrading from PHP-Nuke 4.4? The upgrade file is in there as well.

We have a ton of exciting things planned for the next version. Our immediate changes will allow you to install Post-Nuke and never touch a file. But that is really just the beginning. As we develope the core of Post-Nuke, and seperate the bells and whistles from the vital items, you will be in for a treat with the installation.
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