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In order for you to access the administrative features of MPN, you need to login as an administrator. To do this point your browser to the admin.php.
[ http://yourdomain.com/html/admin.php ]
Once you enter the login name and password you just created during the setup you will be taken to the main administrative page.
The first thing you will see is the myPHPNuke Administrative Menu. The following table is an overview of all the submenus and configuration screens that are available.
NEW!: There are two primary menu links at the top of the administration page. These links will take you to the submenus of the respective area, either PHPNuke Related Administration or MyPHPNuke Administration. By default, the admin.php loads MyPHPNuke Administration submenus first.
Table 4.1. MPN Administration Menu
|Guest book||Options related to your MPN site Guest book.|
|Quote of the day||Configuration options for random quotes.|
|Blocks||Editing and configuring side blocks (Left & Right).|
|Partners||Options for linking sites displayed in the partner site block.|
|E-Mail Users||Allows you to send mail and newsletters to registered users.|
|Everyone.Net||Allows you to setup and maintain an Everyone.Net account.|
|MyMessage II||Allows you to setup and maintain the message categories.|
|SysInfo||Shows you the current state of your web server.|
|My Yellow Pages||Allows you to setup and maintain the content for your Yellow Pages.|
|Random Banners||Allows you to setup and maintain the showing of random banners.|
|Who's online||Shows you the current users of your website.|
|Downloads||Allows you to setup and maintain the download area of your website.|
|Dump Database||Allows you to make a copy of your database to a file for archiving purpose.|
Using these pages will allow you to fine tune and customize your site. Now we will visit each of these menu items in detail.