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Quick and dirty module to redirect to a URL. Why in the hell do you need to do this in PHP-Nuke? The only use that I have found is in setting a module as your Home Page and being able to pass it variables (example: NukeWrap). Under PHP-Nuke Administration, Modules, you can set your Home Page Module (Put in Home), but that doesn't allow variables to be passed to the module. NukeJump supports both PHP and javascript redirects. The default is PHP.



The PostJump is a PostNuke module which was formerly known as "Redirect". It is written using PHP programming. With this script, if you want to set your start page to a module but you need to pass variable to that module, just set your...



The PostWrap is a simple and easy to use PostNuke Module script which is written using PHP. It allows you to convert the data in html, php, perl etc into PostNuke data. With this script you can display off-site pages, use buffering of output...