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<title>Installation Instructions</title>
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			<h1>Installation Instructions</h1>
			<p>Installing BNC Scripts is a very simple process. <br> If you have installation questions or need help troubleshooting our scripts email us - <b>hide@address.com</b>.<br> The steps which you must follow in order to complete the script installation are:</p>
	        <h3 id="h3_step">1 - Edit the configuration file - config.php</h3>           
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             <h4>1.1 Generate your unique license key</h4>
			 <p>If you are using the FREE version you need to send a message to hide@address.com with your domain ( ie. google.com).</p>
			 define('<b>LICENSE_KEY</b>', '<b>YOUR LICENSE HERE</b>'); 
			 <h4>1.2 Define your folder location</h4>
			 define('<b>SCRIPT_LOCATION</b>', '<b>YOUR FOLDER LOCATION HERE</b>');
			 <h4>1.3 Update your admin email/username and password</h4>
			 <p>Access to your admin area is protected by the requirement of your admin password and email.</p> 
			 define('<b>ADMIN_EMAIL</b>', '<b>hide@address.com</b>');<br>
			 define('<b>ADMIN_PASSWORD</b>', '<b>pass</b>');
			 <p>Your administration area should now be password-protected. You can test it later and provide the username and password you have specified above when prompted. </p>
			  <h4>1.4 Create the Database and a User </h4>
			 define('<b>SERVER_BD</b>', '<b>Type here the hostname - usually localhost, but not always</b>');<br>
			 define('<b>LOGIN_BD</b>', '<b>Type here the username</b>');<br>
			 define('<b>PASS_BD</b>', '<b>Type here the password</b>');<br>
			 define('<b>NAME_BD</b>', '<b>Type here the name of the database</b>');
			 <p>Enter your database information - If you feel uncomfortable with the installation we will install it for you.</p> 
			 <h3 id="h3_step">2 - Upload Your Files To Your WebServer</h3>           
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			<p>Upload the package on your hosting account through your <strong>cPanel -> File Manager</strong> or using an <strong>FTP</strong> client.<br>				
			 <h4>Important - Change File Permissions!</h4>	
			 <p>Please make the file <b>tweets.txt</b> writeable (chmod 777)</p>
 <h3 id="h3_step">3 - Setup the script on your server</h3>           
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			<p>Browse to the folder location defined in step 1.2 and login using your admin email and password provided in step 1.3. Please click on <b>Install Script</b> button to create the database tables. After that click on <b>CONFIGURATION</b>	</p>
			 <h4>3.1 Register Your Twitter Application</h4>	
			 <p><a href="http://twitter.com/apps" target="_blank">Click here to registrer</a>. You'll need a name and url for your application in order to register it, and you'll need to define a callback url.<br><br>
			 In the "application name", fill up the name that you would like to register, give some description. In the "Application website", you can fill up your blog URL or your own website URL<br><br>
			 Please check the "Browser" Radio Button from "Application Type". Then copy the Callback URL from your <b>CONFIGURATION</b> page and paste in the "Callback URL" field from Twitter page. Default Access type should be "Read and Write".<br><br>
			 Once you've registered your application, Twitter will issue you a <b>Consumer Key</b> and a <b>Consumer Secret</b> for your new app (You can also reset your consumer key and secret if necessary). In your <b>CONFIGURATION</b> page fill up the <b>Consumer Key</b> and the <b>Consumer Secret</b> fields with the details issued by twitter.</p>
			 <h4>3.2 Connect with Twitter</h4>				 
			 <p>Please refresh the <b>CONFIGURATION</b> page and click on "Connect with Twitter" button. You must allow the access of your just created twitter application.</p>
			 <h4>3.3 Add your bitly API Key</h4>
			 <p><a href="http://bitly.com/">Click here</a> to sign up for bitly. You can find your API Key <a href="http://bitly.com/a/your_api_key">here</a></p>
			 <h4>3.4 Add Rss Feeds</h4>
			 <p>Click on <b>ADD RSS FEED</b> and complete the form. You can start adding unlimited rss feeds to your collection</p>
				 <h3 id="h3_step">Congratulations! You have done a wonderful job!</h3>           
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			<h4>How to use it</h4>
			<p>By clicking the "<b>Send Updates To Your Twitter Account!</b>" button, BNC Automatic Rss to Twitter will send tweets from the feeds that has been added in <b>ADD RSS FEED</b> page.</p>
			<h4>Automating Your Tweets</h4>
			<p>A cron job is an automated process that operates at predefined time intervals.<br> 
			The absolute path to cron job file: <b>/absolute/path/to/bnc/cron_job.php</b> (replace with path to BNC Automatic Rss to Twitter installation)<br>
			Example: <b>/home/user/public_html/bnc/cron_job.php</b></p>
			 <h3 id="h3_step">Script Customization - Do you want more features?</h3>           
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			<p><b>Do you want more features</b> for BNC Automatic Rss to Twitter or something completely different? <b>We can customize this product to meet your needs</b>. Let us know, we can handle any sized project for you.</p>
<p>To get your project started as soon as posible, please <b><a href="http://bncscripts.com/contact/#install_bnc_rss_twitter3.0">submit a ticket</a></b> and give as many specifics as possible.</p>


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