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|Submitted by||DJ Maze|
|Author's Name||CPG-Nuke Dev Team|
|Published||Mon Feb 07, 2005 2:25 pm|
Sun Oct 08, 2017 12:39 pm
Dragonfly CMS includes a better photo gallery, forums, and a lot more from an easy-to-administer web interface.
The default core contains modules to manage
- Bulletin Board
- Photo Gallery
- Private Messaging
Full changelog can be found here and here.
Additional install notes besides the ones which are inside the package are here
CPG Dragonfly CMS requires MySQL version 4.0.18 or newer and PHP version 5.x or newer.
Please ask your host to upgrade or think about switching hosts if you would like all the benefits of the new version.
by LoonyLuke on
There is only one word to describe this: Superb!!!
by Basilisk81 on
I tried it and yeah, it wasn't bad but I ended up switching back to the 'orginal' I had used before it. Not to say there was any one flaw that made me because there wasn't. It really is worth it if you're just starting your site.
It did, however, run a tad slower than the CMS I used before and after I tested it though but that's not really a big deal.
I do recommend it but I also recommend others as well.
by jkfg_james on
I think CPG is defo the best one out there and i would recomend it to anyone, that said however i was adviced to upgrade to this one asap and have had nothing but problems! Love dragonfly but hate this release as its costing me hours and hours fixing it, hope this problem goes away soon or there is a patch! :S
by supernix on
I must say that my experience has been that CPGnuke is great.
But I am using 9.01 and just noticed this newer 9.02 version out. But there are no easily available instructions on upgrading from 9.01 to 9.02. I looked everwhere in the package to no avail.
And I have not seen any feature comparison to let everyone know what is the differences between 9.01 or earlier versions and 9.02
by macknairb on
I have never worked in php in any form before. I was recommended to try this by a colleague. I must say it is a pleasant surprise. I am spending a lot of time learning to work in the environment but I dont think I will ever be working in just html again.
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