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July 30th, 2008, 01:32 PM
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I'm a complete idiot when it comes to coding. I'm wondering if anyone here could create a code for a portal page on a website I have with a friend? Also we need people to be able to login/register directly from that page. How would we do that. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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August 19th, 2008, 10:33 AM
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Ever considered using a free portal nuke? They're all extreamly customizable - just takes some effort and research into the various mods out there for them.

Postnuke, PHP-Nuke, and DotNetNuke are three that I know of that are free.
You have to have php and mysql support on your server, but you probably don... most all web hosts support that these days.

I think I'd recommend php-nuke. Go here and read up on it - http://phpnuke.org/

The 'modules' are the plug-ins and there are zillions of them. People have made blogging plug-ins, shopping cart plug-ins, image gallery plug-ins, etc. You name it and someone has probably made it. You just install it into the modules directory of php-nuke and install it through the administrator interface.

It's all quite overwhelming the first time you try and mess with it, but the more you play with it the better you understand it. And you don't have to know how to code cuz that's all been done for you already.
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