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CssWork - parent

Official docs

    • InstallDoc - original INSTALL document
      • SlashInstallScript - this is actually useful to scan, to see exactly what thigs are done in the install
    • SlashGuide - this is the guide (from htdocs) you are supposed to read immediately after installing slashcode
    • SectionTopics - This is the 'new' sections and topics rewrite and is more important to read than it first appears, explains what a skin is. Sort of.
    • File:SlashChart.png PNG chart of Slashcode organization
    • SlashManPages Man pages available by typing man PAGENAME
    • TemplateManPages Man pages for the template library used to deliver the html


  • Editing Proces - step-by-step guide to editing a story using the slash admin interface

"Page" sources as seen by the users

These pages use perl scripts:

- on front page- (listed as older stuff) (listed as past polls) (listed as submit story) This is the link on the users name when logged in. Must be a redirect? 
also most recent journal entries go to similar urls 
like - older stuff box, date link older stuff box, article link older stuff,'older articles' 'yesterdays news'

-the topic images- 

- static shtml file links -
You don't have permission to access /faq/index.shtml on this server. - 'about' on main menu - 'faq' on main menu

authors.shtml - exists, but link goes to .pl version
hof.shtml - when accessed directly, goes to a summary of Most Active Stories etc
moderation.shtml - an textual page explaining what moderation is about
slashguide.shtml - goes to: which shows error:
     "Forbidden You don't have permission to access /faq/index.shtml on this server."
staff.shtml - redirects internally to a login function - My page!!!!!!
topics.shtml - shows essentially same result as list of topics.

-Main home logo- actually goes to index.shtml 

- the 'my' redirection create account/login