CuteNews README
 

 Information About The Script

 

CuteNews v1.4.6 by CutePHP Team. UTF-8 CuteNews changes by KoRn19.Ch.

CuteNews is a powerful and easy for using news management system that use flat files to store its database. It supports comments and archives that can be organized by months.
Please read the provided license.txt file to get familiar with the legal usage of this script.
 Registered Customers can seek support on at our support mail (technichal issues are discussed in our Forums!)

 

 Installing CuteNews

 

The installation of CuteNews is really easy and you should do it without any problems if you follow these steps:

1) Create a directory on your server ( e.g. cutenews )
2) Upload the content of the cutenews.1.4.6.zip to the directory you created in step 1
3) Now You must CHMOD the the directory cutenews/data/ and all files and 
     folders under the data/ directory must be also chmod'ed to 777.
4) Finally, go to http://yoursite.com/cutenews/index.php with you favorite browser and follow the instructions.

 

 Getting The News On Your Page...

 

You can show the news,  archives on your page by using some of the following php codes in your page. 
The page where you include news, should be with extension .php
If you want these codes to be auto-generated for you, login into CuteNews and go to Options > Integration Wizards


General

When showing news, archives you can use $number = x; to limit the to x the number of maximum showed news on one page. If you use $number, "next >>" link to remaining news will be displayed. 

If you want to show news, archives from certain category you can use $category = "ID"; where ID is the id of the category, you can choose and more that one category like this: $category = "ID1,ID2,ID3";

When you want to display news and headlines on one page for example, and want when a headline is clicked, the article to be displayed on the place of the news you must use $static = TRUE; before including headlines.
 

Showing Active News

 

<?PHP
 include('path/to/show_news.php');
?>

 
 

Showing with Different Template

  <?PHP
 $template = 'YOUR_TEMPLATE_NAME';
 include('path/to/show_news.php');
?>
 
 

Showing Archives

  <?PHP
 include('path/to/show_archives.php');
?>
 
 

Showing 5 Latest News

  <?PHP
 $number = 5;
 include('path/to/show_news.php');
?>
 
 

Showing 5 News from Category with ID 2 

  <?PHP
 $number = 5;
 $category = '2';
 include('path/to/show_news.php');
?>
 
 

Showing All Headlines And The 1 Latest News Article  On One Page

 

<?PHP
 $static = TRUE;
 $template = 'Headlines';
 include('path/to/show_news.php');

 $number = 1;
 include('path/to/show_news.php');
?>

 
 

Remember that:

  • In all of the above examples you must replace path/to/... to with your path where you installed CuteNews
    and not to use the URL but the path
    WRONG: include('http://site.com/cutenews/show_news.php');
    CORRECT: include('cutenews/show_news.php');
  • In most cases when you include news and headlines in one page, you must use $static = TRUE; .
  • When you use $number, $category, $template or any other variable, it must be BEFORE include("show_news.php");
  • If you have any problems, you can always go to our support forums and we'll be more than glad to help you.
     

 Help & Support

 

If you have problems with CuteNews you can go to our support forum.
But before posting your problem on our forums, please look at the included Help Documentation with CuteNews. You can access it through CuteNews > Help > CuteNews internal Help Documentation