the module description that will show up in different areas of DragonflyCMS, including credits.html
well thats easy
website url where support can be found
by default every module will prefix tables using is own name. Using the untouched defaults, which we strongly suggest, you will have all of your tables called cms_example. It means that the installer will prepend the global and user defined database tables $prefix to the module's $this->prefix
default empty, module doesn't use database tables and you don't even need this file then. If our module needs to store its own data, then we use it as follow: $this->dbtables = array($this->prefix, $this->prefix.'_cat', $this->prefix.'_config');
we will end up by having cms_example, cms_example_cat and cms_example_config tables.
called only when installing a module, most luckily we don't need to modify this function at all. Keep reading and you will found out why.
called only when uninstalling, most luckily we don't need to modify this function at all. Keep reading and you will found out why.