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What is the process to install the props?

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I am looking the process to install the props. Does any know about the props and its process? Please share with me?

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  1. Judi

     PROPS is an open, extensible Internet announcing scheme conceived expressly for periodicals for example bulletins and publications who desire to release online, either solely or as an elongation of their publish publication. PROPS are in writing solely in PHP using a My SQL database backend, and are free programs issued under the GNU General Public License (GPL).
    On 6 September 2008 - The PROPS venture is still very much vibrant and kicking. Don't be fooled by the deficiency of amendments on this piece of paper - most pursuit is on the mailing list. PROPS 0.8 are out, and are a greatest resurgence over 0.7. It's speedier, and has cleaner computer encrypting and more features. It in addition now has support for localization, and has now been transformed into numerous languages. PROPS are now undergoing weighty expansion and are not yet feature-complete. Here is a items of principle attributes we are striving to bring ahead in the terminal 1.0 release:
    • Easy to install
    • Well-documented, robust API allowing third party developers to create 'plug-ins' to extend base functionality
    • Delivery of content to multiple target platforms (HTML, XML/XSL, WAP/WML, text, etc)
    • Readers may format a story for printing, or email to a friend
    • Pages are presented as static URLs so that 'spider' type search engines may crawl and index them
    • Strict separation of design and content - designers control site look and feel by developing templates using standard site editing tools such as Dreamweaver, GoLive, BBEdit, etc., while editors manage site content via a web interface
    • Permissions-based multiuser site management screens allow a PROPS site to be maintained by a distributed team of reporters and editors
    • Will support the XML-based News Industry Text Format
    • Will speak various XML dialects for both import and export, allowing syndication in both directions, and enabling PROPS sites to participate in distributed news networks
    • Is targeted at mid-sized publishers serving fewer than one million page views daily, however will be architected to scale through deployment of multiple front-end web servers, separate image servers, etc.

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