Dictionary module/component/plugin released today!

Today, I released, as promised before, a dictionary module/component/plugin for three CMS at the same time. You can download it here.

I’m sorry, due to lack of time I can not provide the link for demo yet. I hope I could make it available soon for public view.

Have a nice weekend!

Update: May 25, 2004

You are now able to preview the Dictionary module/component/plugin for:
1. Mambo Open Source: click here.
2. XOOPS: click here.
3. LDU: click here.

Referring to all comments I got regarding this release, I would like to let you know that this Dictionary is the English US dictionary and it doesn’t include English spellings. My apology for any incovenience it may cause.



  1. Hi Kemas,

    Well done on a valuable addition to mambo! (and the other CMS)

    I wonder if an Engish UK version of this dictionary may be available. Maybe you could label this as English US?


  2. Just a thought. Do you think leaving the sql table as nuke_dictionary may cause problems with an installation that includes nuke and mambo or with they both be able to use the same table?

  3. Thanks Dave for your comments. šŸ™‚
    I think from now on I should label the dictionary as the English US dictionary. I’m sorry for any inconvenience it may cause to all users of this module/component/plugin.

    PHP-Nuke, PostNuke, Mambo, XOOPS and LDU, they all can use the same table as long as you don’t forget to mention it clearly in the script. Otherwise, it may cause database connection problem. I left the sql table as it is because to change or modify all entries could take a very long time to complete. So why you should wait for 30 minutes or so, if you can use it right away and only a slight change is needed to have a go. šŸ™‚


  4. 1. the link to the mambo demo is broken (internal server error)
    2. can you provide this (i guess i can strip that from the install, but just downloaded and not checked out yet) an empty dictionnary install and a separate content model, which i can then fill as needed (i will for example want to use this to put the ƃĀ¹acromedia flash actionscript reference on my site in a searchable form)?
    3. is it possible to show letters a-z (clickable of course) on the same intro page as the “search” input field? would make it more usable..
    thanks for this in advance;-)

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