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DevShed:
Building a Relational Content Management System in PHP/MySQL
December 22, 2005 @ 06:47:07

From DevShed today, there's a new tutorial that will help you create a relational content management system with PHP and MySQL.

This article will show you how to build a simple relational content management system. What is a relational CMS you ask? Well, a relational CMS lets you create articles that have child articles.

This works similiar to other CMSes which have categories and then articles; we will just combine them together to be more relational. This also helps to create a nice search engine friendly site quickly.

The tutorial starts off immediately, giving you the SQL layout to start importing into your database. It assumes you have a base-level understanding of how to use both PHP and MySQL on your platform of choice. From there, it gives you the common functions to get the system working, and follows with a "howto" on managing the articles in the system.

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