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How to install a PHP-Nuke Theme

PHP-Nuke is a content management system (CMS) based on the scripting language PHP. The main advantage of PHP-Nuke is flexibility and simplicity in its use and configuration. It may be used even by those who are not familiar with programming. Standard PHP-Nuke packages include a forum, guestbook, newsletter, surveys, and more. It also contains a user-friendly admin interface. PHP-Nuke is freeware and can be downloaded from www.phpnuke.org.

A PHP-Nuke theme is a design skin for a website created with the help of PHP-Nuke. Web design for PHP-Nuke can be easily changed with our PHP-Nuke themes. You may choose the PHP-Nuke theme you like, and change the appearance of your website within minutes.

You need to have an SQL database server, Apache Web server and PHP version 4.x installed and running on your server.

To install a PHP-Nuke theme you need to do the following steps:

First of all you should unpack the template package using the instructions from the “Unzipping Template Package” section.

There will be a folder named “xxxx” (a four digit number). This is the PHP-Nuke theme folder. Copy this folder to “/nuke/html/theme”, where nuke is the folder to which PHP-Nuke is installed.

The next step is to select a theme from the list of themes: “Your Account > Themes”.

If you want to use it as the default theme for your site, then move to “Administration > Preferences” and set the Default theme to the theme you bought. Notice that you must be a member of the administrators to change the default theme.

“Administration Panel” screenshot

“Change Default Theme” screenshot