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CraigSnedeker says

Ok so I have no PHP coding knowledge and it’s gonna take to long to learn it, so I’m testing driving Drupal right now. But, I want to ask some questions.

1: I want to have a upload system, much like envato’s ones. You choose a name, description, preview, thumb, category, etc and submit it. Mods have to approve it also.

2: How can I get those to display on a main page (like this: http://themeforest.net/category/site-templates) and each upload has it’s own page with comments and other info (like this: http://themeforest.net/item/business-company-html-template/46592)

3: If I can get all that, I’d need to be able to add as many categories as I want.

Thanks.

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CreativeMilk says

Why not us WordPress?

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RoyalTemplates says

I have done something similar in wordpress using the tdo mini forms plugin. I suggest you check it out. As for joomla and drupal im not sure how you would do it.

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CraigSnedeker says

I’m not looking for posts, but more advanced stuff. Ever submit tutorials to pixel2life? Or stuff to wincustomize? You’ll know what I mean them. I don’t want to have a blog, but a major freebie site.

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erwin_schro says

To get that on Joomla 1.5, there’s a commercial component called Ninja Content that you can purchased on http://www.ninjaforge.com. It’s only $5 to join their extension club. I’ve tried it and works for me to allow members of a site to post a content in Joomla – admin can moderate it to approve the content submission.

Have a try.

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CraigSnedeker says

I’ll try it, thank you.

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CraigSnedeker says

Can I see a demo or something? Cause it’s more then $5, looks like I might have to pay $60.

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hagdesigns says

They created a Joomla extension gallery for a reason. http://extensions.joomla.org/

That will give you everything you need.

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erwin_schro says

It’s a $10 for silver membership right?

@HAGDESIGN yes that’s a place to looking for various extensions. But in this case Snedeker want specific content submission component so I just want to give straight direction for him based on my research so far. Believe me there are another commercial content submission component in JED but NinjaContent is the cheap one.

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mehrpadin says

@SnedekerDesignz: It’s so easy with Drupal, all you need is CCK , Upload, Views (v2 the better, hence Dv6) , and basic Drupal knowledge.

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