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<page>
	<meta>
		<title>Custom Modules</title>
		<abstract>Working with Custom Modules</abstract>
		<created>13/05/2002 21:18:26</created>
		<modified>08/06/2005 21:22:11</modified>
		<keyword>XMLSite ByJG</keyword>
		<groupkeyword />
		<keyword>Your First Keyword</keyword>
		<keyword>Your Second Keyword and so on</keyword>
	</meta>
	<blockcenter>
		<title>Working with Custom Modules</title>
		<body>
			<p>XMLNuke can work with Custom Modules. Custom Modules are SCRIPT PAGES (ASP, PHP, JAVA) written in the core engine's language. Custom modules can add more power to your site. </p>
		</body>
	</blockcenter>
	<blockcenter>
		<title>Features</title>
		<body>
			<p>XMLNuke's engine has many built in functions to abstract Custom Modules creation. Classes to abstract XML pages, AnyDataSet (see Guestbook), Many Functions and more.</p>
		</body>
	</blockcenter>
</page>
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