The ProDevTips website has posted the eighth part of their series looking at using the Zend Framework and Smarty to create your own custom CMS/community website:
The blog saga continues, we still don’t have any fancy Wordpress style filtering of the content. You know, creating these nice looking quotes and filtering potentially nasty html and stuff. Sure enough, TinyMCE has some function for allowing only certain tags and discarding others...
They work on some of the administrative functionality and methods to grab more custom lists of articles. They cover some of the Smarty templates for the admin pages and the new functionality to handle things like removing articles and updating their contents.
Check out the full article for the rest of this (extensive) part of the series.