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Welcome to PHP-Nuke Titanium (US) v4.0.3
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Sep 4th 2022 12:48 pm
by NukeSheriff

PHP-Nuke Titanium (US Version)

NukeScripts™ Network Projects Module Update

Posted by NukeSheriff Thu Sep 29, 2022 5:53 pm

Module Name: Network Projects
Authors: Bob Marion, Ernest Allen Buffington
Version: v4.0.2
License: GNU General Public License version 2
Core: PHP-Nuke Titanium 4.x.x
Description: Network Projects Tracking System

It was time to finish this wonderful module that took so much time to create. Now that it has a warm home where it will get great use and appreciation. I am currently working on updating it with TheGhost aka Ernest Buffington. Ernest has updated a lot of the features under my tutelage and is a very creative person. So far the addons have made the Projects Tracking System easier to use and he has cosmetically improved the entire layout.

I originally created the NSN Projects Module in 2005 and many things have changed since then. Ernest came up with the idea of making a Projects Tracking System that is hosted on a remote database that is specific to our network and projects.

We expect to have it done in the next few weeks and are working diligently to get it done.

You can see the updates as we work in real-time by clicking the Networks Projeck Link.

  Added Features:

  • Added Buttons instead of links
  • Added 11 Project Types
  • Fixed Project Links lower case change on Add Project and Edit Project
  • Added Status Colors
  • Added New Icons
  • Fixed Table Layouts 
  • Removed Bulky Tables and Menus


  • Update Task Map
  • Update Report Map
  • Update Request Map


Bob Marion

avatar  NukeScripts.Net Developer
  name: Bob Marion
  email: webmaster[at]
  Codito Ergo Sum

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PHP-Nuke Titanium (US Version)

NukeScripts™ NukeSentinel Module Update

Posted by NukeSheriff Mon May 10, 2021 8:19 am

Module Name: NukeSentinel
Author: Bob Marion of NukeScripts.Net™ (
Copyright: 2000-2022
Contributors: ScottyBcoder, TheGhost, chatserv
Version: v2.6.04
Core: PHP-Nuke Titanium v4.0.2 <> 4.x.x
Description: Portal Security Mod for PHP-Nuke Titanium


Hello Everyone,

I want to start off by saying that a lot of folks have had their hands in the coding and design layout of this very important portal security module. When you pass the mantle so to speak you expect the person that takes over to use an overly gracious amount of emphasis on the authors, developers, and contributors that made it all possible.

I would like to give a special shout out and honorable mention to RavenNuke and thank them for all the gracious support and the time that they have taken to help others along the way. I do not like to see folks drop the ball when it comes to programming projects, and I have no room to speak as I have been gone for a very long time. RavenNuke is awesome and I hope they re-kindle their love for nuke and come back to the community instead of letting the site sit there stale and with the appearance of a site that is smoldering from within the wayback archives, which it is by the way. I wish them luck and only wish they understood that through community you can do just about anything. I have access to wholesale web hosting now and wish to offer them a chance to make some real money, but I have no idea where anyone went or where they have been. I am now a freelance broker of sorts and I have access to all kinds of money making tools and I'm beaming with tons of ideas...

Let me start out by explaining why I'm using my real name as a contributor. I have been around and taken part in the development of just about every piece of code that is a part of PHP-Nuke. Short of off branding my own changes over the years, the truth is the dynamic FRANCIS framework of PHP-Nuke is what made all of it possible. I have been a part of all the developer communities over the last 30 years under different various nicknames or callsigns if you will, and with that being said, I guess you would have a hard time giving me credit unless I started using my real name. PHP-Nuke is open-source and for the most part, belongs to the developer communities that kept it alive, and the folks who are still keeping it alive after 30 years. The reason I am using my real name now is I have noticed a few people stirring the shit pot about people stealing code and saying it isn't theirs when in fact it truly is. The fact in the matter is that after it is modified it is no longer the original and anything modified must contain the new author's information. With that being said let's get class rolling...

If you're going to have something to say about who is claiming something is theirs make sure you do your homework before you start running your mouth and offending people old enough to be your grandfather, while at the same time making yourself look like a complete idiot. Let's start off with re-branded public and commercial software rights. The GNU general public license allows everyone to distribute and or sell their own version of PHP-Nuke or any software released under the GNU License and with any name that they so choose to use. You can legally sell software with a GPL license version 2 or 3 for whatever price you want to charge and interestingly enough we could sell the original software un-modified if we so choose to do so. This can all be pretty confusing to folks that do not have at least a 4th year of college reading and comprehension. Let me explain something, free software is referred to as free in terms of freedom and not in terms of the software price. What most people do is charge a distribution fee for different various renditions of software that other people have written the core engines for. Technically speaking anything you modify and change is yours and ipso facto makes you the current author, in fact, the original authors would usually prefer not to have their name attached to any version but the original and that is why as part of the law and why you are required to give a full copy of the original code un-modified with any version that you so choose to sell or distribute. There are exceptions with worldwide distributions such as PHP-Nuke because the original source code is already out there and very well known and there is no real need to emphasize on who is responsible for the ideas or concepts that went into the development of that particular software. However in court, if you did not supply a full copy that is un-modified alongside the original with the original author information, because the law is the law, you would lose any said battles that pertain to any such revenues earned.

Interestingly enough GNU copyrights are only legal if you provide your legal given name or the name of a legally registered business entity. With that being said you can't say copyright StarMonkey or Fragglenap. It must be your legally given birth name or a registered business entity. You cannot make up an entity name and use it without owning and registering it. A registered domain does not constitute any legal rights to the name you use. You must still register it as a legal trademark or license it as a business entity and this applies to everyone no matter where they are in the world. You may own the domain name and not have the name rights. So if you use a name make sure you license or register it as a trademark or business otherwise someone could steal it in about 10 minutes. 

What can happen is, you make someone angry and said person is quite wealthy, said person decides that they no longer like you, they register your domain as a trademark and then they license in your state or community under said name and then they drag you into court and sue your pants off.

Do yourself a favor, make sure you own any name that you decide to use...


Bob Marion

avatar  NukeScripts.Net Developer
  name: Bob Marion
  email: webmaster[at]
  Codito Ergo Sum

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PHP-Nuke Titanium (US Version)

NukeScripts™ New Network Projects Module

Posted by NukeSheriff Fri Jan 01, 2021 11:00 am

Module Name: Network Projects
Author: Bob Marion (NukeScripts.Net)
Contributor: Ernest Allen Buffington
Version: v4.0.2
Core: PHP-Nuke Titanium v4.2.0 <> 4.x.x
Description: A module that allows network members to submit a bug report or request a new project or website modification.

Manage multiple complex projects with ease.

Simple to use, powerful when you need it.

All the project management essentials you need.

Create tasks and projects, reports bugs, submit mod requests.

With the new Network Projects Module, everything is in one central location.

Flexible, so you can customize for your workflow.

Advanced features for complex projects.

This is a network module that connects to the our main database server. You will need to acquire a network database password in order to enable this module on your web portal. When or if you have any sort of problem at all, whether it be with a block, module, theme or maybe something core related, this is the place to go for help or to report issues of any nature.

This was originally a project module that was designed for the PHP-Nuke Evolution community, and it seemed to us nobody ever really appreciated it. Bob Marion spent many hours creating this module and the community originally showed little or almost no interest in it at all. Well, we thank you Bob Marion and we praise your efforts to try and better the PHP-Nuke Evolution community. This was a tool that if used the right way would have helped the PHP-Nuke Evolution community grow, and would have helped the development of PHP-Nuke Evolution immensely. Turns out maybe any and all of the development of PHP-Nuke Evolution and or Xtreme was never promoted correctly, and for that we apologize and will try to do better from here on out.

Bob Marion we appreciate you and all your hard work and efforts, Thank you sir and God Bless...  


Bob Marion

avatar  NukeScripts.Net Developer
  name: Bob Marion
  email: webmaster[at]
  Codito Ergo Sum

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PHP-Nuke Titanium (US Version)

New Visitor Log Center Block

Posted by TheGhost Tue Apr 27, 2021 8:32 pm

Block Name: Titanium Visitor Log Center
Author: Ernest Allen Buffington
Filename: block-Titanium_Visitor_Log_center.php
Block Type: Center Block
Version: v1.0
Core: PHP-Nuke Evolution 2.0.9e <> 4.x.x

This block was created with advanced resolution checking in mind. You can configure this block so that it changes for cell phones and different resolution monitors, It can even be configured for 4k TV.

This block checks your monitor resolution and displays the visitor log in rows and columns, A row is a series of data put out horizontally in a table or spreadsheet while a column is a vertical series of cells in a chart, table, or spreadsheet. Rows go from left to right. On the other hand, Columns are arranged from up to down. After this block gets your monitor resolution width it will decide how many columns and rows to display. If your resolution width is less than 1920 it will display 3 columns, if it is 1920 or above it will display 4 columns. You can configure this block for any resolution and the code is obvious. Just add tables with rows and columns and display them according to the resolution width that PHP-Nuke Titanium gets from your browser.

This was written with the Last Seen block in mind. Someone once asked me why I changed the function for last seen. I never changed it I added a Titanium mod that changes the way the last seen data was displayed. I guess now you have a more declarative answer about why I did that.

This block my friends gives you a perfect example of why PHP-Nuke was designed with a tabular theme interface. It had future ideas for things that had not yet been done. There is what is called a Flat page design and that is when we would use only HTML5 or CSS to layout a web page.

PHP-Nuke Titanium is not a Flat design and never will be. PHP-Nuke Titanium was designed around the idea that people in a community who were just starting out learning PHP or HTML could or would be able to create blocks, modules, or themes with relative ease.

This can be done in CSS and HTML5 and PHP-Nuke Evolution totally allows and supports themes of this design nature, however for Fluid resizeable responsive themes that might be displayed on TVs or extremely wide monitors it is not recommended. Why? PHP-Nuke Titanium was built on the backbone of Theme technology that was written more than 30 years ago. PHP-Nuke Titanium (US Version) supports XHTML, HTML, HTML5, and XML, so with this being the case anyone can design a theme and nobody has limitations when it comes to designing a block, module, or theme layout for their website.

PHP-Nuke Titanium was created for folks that like bling and beautiful graphics. If you want a Flat design layout with 3 colors and no graphics then use something plain, you know like wearing a white T-Shirt everywhere every day.

Ernest Allen Buffington

avatar  Data Scientist / Programmer
  name: Ernest Allen Buffington
  email: ernest.buffington[at]

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PHP-Nuke Titanium (US Version)

New Google Site Map Generator Module

Posted by TheGhost Tue Apr 27, 2021 11:48 am

Module Name: Google-Site-Map
Author: Ernest Buffington
Version: v1.0
Last Updated: October 9th 2022 by Ernest Allen Buffington aka TheGhost
Core: PHP-Nuke Titanium v3.0.1a <> v4.x.x

The original sitemap was an abandoned project and idea, not by me but whoever was working on it originally. The new one is awesome and works great. I'm not sure people really understand how important this little module is. Contrary to popular belief, this is an important part of being found on the internet. The class.sitemap.php file can be found in the includes/classes directory.

I used some of the old code, not much just a few lines here and there, and the old sitemap's admin panel is the same.

This uses sitemap 0.9

The new Google Site Map Generator works better than just about anything I have seen. You will need to delete the old sitemap.xml file that is in the root directory of your portal/website as it is no longer used. The new sitemap.xml file is generated in the xmls/sitemap folder. This is not the file you tell google to look at.

You will need to point Google to your sitemap-index.xml file which resides in that very same directory.

You will do this by telling Google where the file is at like so

You can do so by going here

I used a fast and lightweight class for generating Google-Site-Map XML files and index of sitemap files. Written in PHP and uses XMLWriter extension (wrapper for libxml xmlWriter API) for creating XML files. XMLWriter extension is enabled by default in PHP 5 > = 5.1.2. If you have more than 50000 URLs, it will split items into separated files. (In benchmarks, 1.000.000 URLs were generating in 8 seconds) The version we are using is a slightly modified version of the original.

The Sitemap class is now added to a SitemapPHP namespace.

Ernest Allen Buffington

avatar  Data Scientist / Programmer
  name: Ernest Allen Buffington
  email: ernest.buffington[at]

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PHP-Nuke Titanium (US Version)

New Blog Signature Mod

Posted by TheGhost Sat Apr 24, 2021 8:14 am


This mod was written by Ernest Buffington

The Blog Signature Mod is having a lot of new features added, such as the ability to use your callsign or real name. You will also be able to enable and disable the blog signature at will globally or for each post.

Ernest Allen Buffington

avatar  Data Scientist / Programmer
  name: Ernest Allen Buffington
  email: ernest.buffington[at]

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