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Tiny Blogr is a tiny personal journal blog system with beautiful URL support.

Tiny Blogr is a tiny personal journal blog system with beautiful URL support. Tags are used to categorize entries. Members can upload files and manage their files via a file manager. The system developed by using PHP5 use MySQL5 as database system.

The system can deploy any LAMP server on any platform. LAMP we recommend XAMPP because it easy to use and update and has 3 platforms (Linux, Windows and MAC).

Tiny Blogr include CAPTCHA for prevent SPAM and user avatar’s can be user picture’s or Gravatar (Globally Recognized Avatars) by using their e-mail address.

Features.

* Simple personal blog
* Beautiful URL support
* Multi-Language (user-interface) support
* Theme support
* System are separated in modules and blocks
* Globally Recognized Avatars support
* Tag support
* CAPTCHA prevent SPAM
* Password was encrypted

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home
login
signup
search
tag
user blog's
post
file management
upload
control panel
profile
change password
blog preferance
blog entry
site management
member management
blog management
file management
blog feed
bog statistic



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