Note: Content Injector was first developed in 2003 and has not received a major update since then. The web has since moved on and Content Injector has sadly; been left behind. With this in mind Content Injector 1.54 will no longer receive updates or support. You may still continue to use Content Injector in its current form and this page, and the download will remain.
I could never have predicted how successful Content Injector was going to be and I had major plans (for version 2 and then 3 thereafter) that never came to fruition due to personal life constraints and lack of time to commit to the project.
Hopefully somewhere down the line; in the not too distant future, I will begin developing Content Injector again. Until that day - Thanks for all your suppor over the years.
Content Injector is a powerful and complete Content Management System that will allow you to manage and administrate your site from a web based interface. The system dynamically 'injects' content from a MySQL into your pages and allows you to easily create menu links to them.
As well as handling all your content, Content Injector provides a powerful news system with news commenting capabilities and archiving.
The system is based around ease of use, and the embedded WYSIWYG HTML Area allows people with little or no knowledge of HTML to add stylish content with ease. The system is also underpinned with a robust user permission system, allowing you to grant access of certain features to certain users.
On top of the above, Content Injector also has a powerful file manager utility so you can allow your stuff access to upload to a set section of the site without giving away your FTP details.
The system is also fully Event Logged, so you can keep an eye on what your users are getting up to.
Yes it does, simply use index.php?action=news_archive and you can view all the news ever posted!The Date and Time Settings I want are not allowed in the System Setup - how do I add a new one?
To add a new date or time format, you'll first need to know the PHP standard date & time formatting options, there is a list of them all on the php site (http://www.php.net/manual/en/function.date.php).
What you then need to do, is open /admin/setup.php and goto the $date_formats array (line 437) or $time_formats (line 490). And add a new format on the end in a similar style, be sure to put a , on the end of each line (apart from the last).
An Example, if I wanted to add a new date format to match this "03 Nov, 03" the format would be d M, y so therefore i would add 'd M, y' below, making sure to add a , on the previous element
..... 'n/j/Y', 'Y-m-d', ## Note the added , 'd M, y'
And thats it!! - Easy!