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Version: 0.903

Released: Jun 04, 2002


Requirements
PHP 4+, MySQL

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Simon_Troup

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DMANews

This script allows people with little or no HTML knowledge to make regular news updates without the need for text editors and FTP. Control the design of your news through templates. Supports tables and includes an admin control panel.

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I have tried a number of news scripts but I found DMANews today. Their amazing live support trouble-shooted with me for almost 3 hours to find out I didn't upload the script right, and they still happily said have a nice day at the end of our conversation. I was shocked! Most of the time this would have taken weeks of emailing back and forth.

Posted by djdrew on Apr 26, 2006 Reply

Obfuscated code, even after registering. No customization ability whatsoever because of this. Out of the box it's a good script though, but forget customising it.

Posted by Franky on Oct 18, 2004 Reply

Excellent and easy to use script, installed in a matter of minutes and posting away. The user feature in the pro version is the best thing in the world and answered many requests I had from a news script. Very well made and worth the money. I recommended it to all my friends.

Posted by dUmAsS on Feb 23, 2003 Reply

I would just like to say that this script is everything I was looking for and more. The choices for themes make it look stunning. The tech support is always helpful and gets the job done. The admin interface simplifies the process of posting, editing, and deleting (as well as many other features).

Posted by mike468 on Nov 18, 2002 Reply

An excellent script, I had it installed in less than 3 minutes. The admin control panel looks great and, while functionally it lacks some features found in some other news scripts, it has some others that I've seen only in high end scripts like phpBB and PostNuke. There are a few minor bugs (no showstoppers so far), but it gets updated regularly so I'm keeping my eye on it.

Posted by SamShrike on Aug 11, 2002 Reply

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