In this guide, you will learn how to manage your pages in PHP Nuke. This guide will show you how to deactivate pages, activate pages, edit pages, and delete pages in PHP Nuke. If you have just installed PHP Nuke and need help with your pages, this guide will help you. You must be logged in as admin in order to manage your pages.
Now you will need to open the page that has your list of pages you have created. To do this, you will need to click the Content button that is located in the Modules Administration panel. Once you click this button, the page will load with all of your pages you have created in a box.
To edit a page you have already created, you will need to find that particular page in the box. Then you will need to look to the right of that page and click the Paper and Pencil icon. That is your editing icon. You can place your mouse over it and it will say Edit. The page will refresh and you will see the fields you first seen when you were creating the page. Go through the fields and edit what you need too. When you are finished with your editing, you can click the Save Changes button at the bottom of the page.
To delete a page from your PHP Nuke site, you will need to find the page you want to delete. Then look to the right of the page you want to delete and click the Paper and X icon. You can place your mouse on the icon and it will say Delete. Clicking that icon beside the page you want to delete will delete it from your PHP Nuke site.
Deactivating and Activating Pages in PHP Nuke
You can activate and deactivate pages any time you want to in PHP Nuke. If the pages are activated, that means they are live on your site. If they are not activated, that means they are not live on your site. To activate a page, you will need to find the page in the list of pages. Then you will need to click the two yellow gears icon in the function column. That will activate the page. You can also edit the page and click Yes in the activation field at the bottom of the page. To deactivate the page, you will need to click the two yellow gears with the red square in the function column. Again, you can edit the page and select No in the activation field to deactivate the page.