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    Multiple Category Article Publishing

    I am trying to find a simple solution for this- it's a personal project so if I can find something out of the box or simple solution that I can tweak and redesign the front end- perfect.

    This is kinda what I would like- as far as multiple sections http://dreadcentral.com/

    You can see that they have sections for reviews, news, articles, blogs, etc. And that a listing of newest from each category is listed right there on the index.

    That's what i am looking for. Any help is greatly appreciated.

    Doug

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    Just store each article's category in with the article in the database.

    Then you can retrieve all the articles from category '3' or whatever

    HTH
    Dan
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    Dan- thank you for the quick response- however...I am still fairly new to the world of PHP. So I was hoping someone perhaps new of a script that was out there that I might be able to utlize. I am working on learning what I would need to fully create this- but I need to get this project rolling now.

    Thanks

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    just one obligatory bump...anybody have any direction they can point me in?

    TIA


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