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Screenshots of the
Content Management module for Phprojekt.

Stats, dir-tree listing, album generation, admin console.

These are some screenshots of the Content Management module in action. Click the thumbnails to display the full-size screenshot.

Description Version 0.5.0
Now, just for fun, let's try to delete the page "last_docs". Remember there are files in the directory. Click image to enlarge...
This is what happens. An error message. You cannot delete a page/directory if there are more pages under it or there are files in it. First you must remove the files or child directories. Click image to enlarge...
Ok, now let's test the search function. This is what happens when the user Mario search the word "nuclear". He gets the clinical case. Somewhere in the content, in the comments, in the abstract or in the keywords of the page is the word "nuclear". Which is not a surprise as that was a Nuclear Medicine case. Click image to enlarge...
Now, this is what happens when Leticia search for the same term. Nothing. She has no access to that page. Click image to enlarge...
Now, let's check the Directory listing. Sometimes you get lost, and the search function is not enough to give you a good idea about where are you in the site. So you display the directory structure of the site. This is the directory as viewed by the user Mario. Note how the listing mark the directories where he has editing permissions. Click image to enlarge...
Now, this is how Leticia sees the directory listing. He is owner of the "Latest News" and "Statistics" pages, but he has no permissions to see the pages under the Doctors section. Click image to enlarge...
Ok, this is the statistics page. Actually, it's just a hit counter. This page can be viewed by everybody. The generated listing and graphs are: Most viewed pages, Most viewed pages after update, Most downloaded files. Click image to enlarge...
Since version 0.5.0 the hits to external links are counted too. Click image to enlarge...
And this is another example when you just want to post the pictures of the last meeting without too much textual content. Click image to enlarge...
This is the result. Click image to enlarge...
This is the new rating option available from the 0.4.8 version. Click image to enlarge...
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The default icons are from the Gnome project and they look great. But maybe you want to try other icons. This is the user comment posting page while using the IcOsX icon set from the KDE project. Please note these icons are not included with the CMS module as their licensing is not compatible with the GPL. However, you can download the icon set and unpack it in the cm/img/set4/ directory of the CMS module, then run the cm/setup.php script page and change the icon set to 4. Click image to enlarge...
This is another view with the IcOsX icon set. Click image to enlarge...
This is how the same pages look, with the AquaFusion icon set. This set is included only after version 0.4.7.1. But if you download it, unpack it in the cm/img/set2/ directory of the CMS module, then run the cm/setup.php script page and change the icon set to 2. Click image to enlarge...
This is AquaFusion too. Click image to enlarge...
Since version 0.5.0b4, if you are the superuser there is an icon available to access the admin console. Click image to enlarge...
From the console you can execute several administrative tasks. Click image to enlarge...
Also, since version 0.5.0 there is an application log where all actions that modify the content of the CMS module are recorded. This is the applog query page. Click image to enlarge...
 
 
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