Content (Enhanced) for Dragonfly CMS

This module allows the display and management of HTML pages. This version of the module is a significantly enhanced version of the Dragonfly 9.x Content module.

About Content (Enhanced)

This module is for the management and display of HTML content (i.e. not PHP). The module incorporates a number of improvements to the original Dragonfly 9.x module in addition to the Content Module Enhancements made by BrokenCrust, and is intended as a compatible replacement for both.

Also includes a new Content Menu block. This block for the Content Module that lists Content categories in a collapsible JavaScript menu. State is retained between page loads using cookies and state is validated using a hash function. (NOTE: Subcategories are listed "flat". That is, all categories get listed at the top level.)

This module features automatic instantiation.

Multiple instances of this module can be created by making a copy of the module directory and adding an underscore followed by an integer to the name of the directory (e.g. "Content_2"). The module will detect this and automagically configure itself. Blocks can similarly be configured (e.g. "block-Content_Menu_2.php"). (Note that the Module and Block naming functions in the respective Administration sections allow the user to title either to suit.)

NOTE: If you have used a previous version of the Content module, be sure to remove the [rootdir]/language/*/content.php file(s) before installing this module or you will experience missing language elements when the page is displayed (things like _TRANSCATEGORY or _MAINPAGE being displayed in place of text).


Content (Enhanced) for Dragonfly is available free of charge from the Clenched Fist Guild download site, as well as from the Dragonfly CMS community site:

Download from Clenched Fist
Download from Dragonfly CMS community site
Latest released version is: Content (Enhanced) for Dragonfly 9.7.11 (2007-10-31)
Previous version is: Content (Enhanced) for Dragonfly 9.7.10 (2006-08-15)


In addition, it is useful to have a working knowledge of a good FTP program as well as a basic understanding on how to edit a PHP file in order to change the configuration options.

Copyright and Distribution Permissions

Content (Enhanced) is Copyright © 2005-2007, David "Dark Grue" Hesprich.

CC-GNU GPL   This software is licensed under the CC-GNU GPL.

Valid XHTML 1.0!