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  1. remmus

    remmus New Member

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    Hello everyone!
    I want to make a tutorials site,but I don't know how to make an articles generator...
    I want to make a site like http://creativemonkeyz.com/ with different articles and presentations ...you know what I'm talking about...articles with title,author,content,rating,COMMENTS etc. and every article(tutorial,video) has a new page with its title (e.g www.website.com/tutorial_name) .
    PLEASE HELP ME! i really need that kind of site... :confused:
     
  2. remmus

    remmus New Member

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    ...

    I saw that this kind of sites have 'archives' for every month and stuff like that...PLEASE help me with some links or ideas...:(
    Maybe a XML work?
     
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  3. Design Top

    Design Top Banned

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    For your purpose, I think you can learn in some article directory as your reference, such as ezinearticles, goarticles, articlebase, and many more article site. In this site you will found useful information, how about to build article site as you want.
     
  4. Phreaddee

    Phreaddee Super Moderator Staff Member

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    why?
    it doesnt amount to much if its not quality content
     
  5. chrishirst

    chrishirst Well-Known Member Staff Member

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    Ever thought of looking for a "tutorial" on the subject???


    Abd; Does anyone else see the irony in this question???
     
  6. remmus

    remmus New Member

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    man,i looked for tutorials on this subject,but i didn't find what i was looking for!if you know a tutorial,please give me the link
     
  7. d a v e

    d a v e New Member

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    wordpress
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  8. chrishirst

    chrishirst Well-Known Member Staff Member

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    Joomla!, Drupal, ProcessWire.


    AND what exactly IS an "article generator"?
     
  9. remmus

    remmus New Member

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    man,i just want to make a site without joomla or wordpress...and I want every article to have his own page...for example,i don't want something like this: www.website.com/article.php?id=1. I want something like this: www.website.com/article_name.php or www.website.com/article_name/

    I saw this on many sites,but i can/t find a tutorial about this.can you help me?
     
  10. chrishirst

    chrishirst Well-Known Member Staff Member

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  11. JakClark

    JakClark New Member

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    You are referring to a content management system with 'nice-URLs' also known as htaccess (i.e Wordpress or something similar).
     
  12. chrishirst

    chrishirst Well-Known Member Staff Member

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    Yes

    Not really.

    The process is URL Rewriting, redirecting or aliasing. .htaccess is the file that has the rules for rewriting or redirecting the requested URL on Apache webserver when running on a Unix/Linux system.

    Also you do not need to be running a CMS to utilise URL rewriting.
     
  13. remmus

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  14. remmus

    remmus New Member

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    So,do you know how can i make something like this?
     
  15. chrishirst

    chrishirst Well-Known Member Staff Member

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    It is called (as in the post above your last one #12 ) URL rewriting or URL aliasing. Often referred to (incorrectly) as "Search Engine Friendly URLs"

    And how the URLs appear depends on the system producing the documents and how the rewriting/aliasing is setup.

    Any CMS that is running on an Apache server on a *nix platform can be set to redirect/rewrite URLs.


    So once we know what platform you will be using, we can tell you how it can be done.
     
  16. remmus

    remmus New Member

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    I'm using another host(my PC is not my host).

    I use Windows anyway.But why can't I use .htacces? i saw a tutorial where somebody who works on windows used .htacces for his site...Anyway,is there a method that can be used for every platform?
     
  17. Phreaddee

    Phreaddee Super Moderator Staff Member

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    wordpress is made for what you are suggesting.
    just use it and set up the url's as you want them to be.

    its really simple and you are going around in circles here!
    also READ the posts and don't expect someone to spoon feed the info to you. you can afterall use your brain to read between the lines cant you???

    windows/mac/linux doesnt matter
    the platform you are rolling your site out on (drupal/joomla/wordpress/etc...)
     
  18. remmus

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    man,just shut up...i already told you...i don't want to use wordpress...there are many sites that can do that without wordpress...i want the programming tehnique for that...and i didn't get an answer for my question man...if i would know the answer,i wouldn't ask
     
  19. remmus

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    and no,he wasn't talkin about drupal,joomla,wordpress...he was talkin about windows,os,linux
     
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