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Add-on Cataloging Shows, Wiki or Articles

Discussion in 'Resource and Add-on Discussions' started by beanfan78, Feb 4, 2014.

  1. beanfan78

    beanfan78 Active Member

    I want to catalog shows and basically build a page for each show and have their history, cover art, and stuff like a wiki page. I want to be able to categorize them by genre (i.e. comedy, education...etc). I am not really sure the best way to go about this that will look good, easy navigation, and easy to edit/create. I figure I would eventually have to build-out thousands of pages if I ever get a way to add a significant amount of shows.

    I checked out XenCarta, Better Blogs, and eZine, and Waindigo's article addon. The eZine was a hefty price for addon and copyright removal, Waindigo's copyright rules seem difficult to manage (I would only use addons I can remove copyrights on), Better Blogs seem very unsupported, and XenCarta I don't know much about. It seems good, but I don't have the comfort level that it would accomplish my goals.

    Did I perhaps miss an addon? Anyone currently do this with their forum? I would love to see examples. One main concern is that I don't want to have to build a page in Dreamweaver (HTML) or something else and copy and paste it in the editor. I would like an addon that I could manage with a wysiwyg. I would also eventually like a core group of users to be able to add pages as well. Any direction, corrections in my assumptions or anything else would be greatly appreciated. TIA!
     
  2. Chris D

    Chris D XenForo Developer Staff Member

    It's not really an article system or a wiki but it is very flexible... You could try looking at Showcase by @Bob B.

    There's also the Resource Manager which is more geared towards downloads as you can see here, but other people have made it into pseudo article management systems.
     
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  3. beanfan78

    beanfan78 Active Member

    @Chris Deeming thanks! Actually, I am looking at the XenReviews and that might be the answer. That might actually build WAY more interactivity too.
     

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