[ features ]
phpMyFAQ 1.4 is a multilingual, completely database-driven FAQ-system. For the time being a MySQL database (support for other databases is under development) is used to store all data, PHP 4.1.0 (or higher) is needed in order to access this data. phpMyFAQ also offers a Content Management-System, flexible multi-user support, a news-system, user-tracking, language modules, templates, extensive XML-support, PDF-support, a backup-system and an easy to use installation script. The phpMyFAQ offers the following features:
- Content Management System:
You can administrate your users, news, themes, categories and records in the password protected admin area.
- User Administration:
Selected users can edit and administrate records.
- Record Administration:
Your users can write new records, the administrator has te unlock the record. The admin can also edit the record, move into a another category oder delete the record.
- WYSIWYG editor:
Write your articles like you do in OpenOffice.org or Word.
- Image Manager:
The Image Manager provides an web interface to browse for image files (JPEG, PNG, GIF, and others) on the web server.
- News Administration:
Write news that appear on the FAQ mainpage.
Analyze the way of your users through your FAQ.
With the voting of the users you can analyze the quality of your records.
- Top 10:
You’ll get a Top 10 with ten of the most popular records.
- Language files:
phpMyFAQ supports more than 15 languages including Arabic, Chinese and Vietnamese.
- Multilanguage support:
Write records in different languages.
- Template system:
Custimize your FAQ to your webdesign.
- Simple installation and configuration:
Install and set up your FAQ only with your browser!
- Four different views for records:
XHTML, printer optimized XHTML, PDF und XML
- XML-RPC interface:
Support for searching over the internet.
export and import from SQL tables
- Community module:
Users can write questions to the system, so that other user can answer these questions.
User can send records up to five friends with email.
- PHP 4.1 support:
Full support for PHP 4.1 and higher with register_globals = off.
- PHP 5 ready
phpMyFAQ 1.4.x works with PHP 5.