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PostJump 2.0
User Guide
Installation, Administration and Usage

Shawn McKenzie (a.k.a. AbraCadaver)
http://spidean.mckenzies.net


Introduction
PostJump is a quick and dirty module to redirect to a URL. Why in the hell do you need to
do this in PostNuke? The only use that I have found is in setting a module as your start page
and being able to pass it variables (example: PostWrap). Under PostNuke Administration,
Settings, you can set your Start Page (The module, index.php is pointing to), but the modules
are in a dropdown box and that doesn't allow variables to be passed to the module.

Installation
* Unzip to your modules/ directory to create the PostJump/ subdirectory
* Go to Administration, Modules, and Regenerate
* Initialize and then Activate PostJump

Upgrading from Redirect 1.0
* Delete existing Redirect directory from modules/
* Unzip to your modules/ directory to create the PostJump/ subdirectory
* Go to Administration, Modules, and Regenerate
* Initialize and then Activate PostJump

Upgrading from PostJump 1.1
* Unzip into the modules/ directory (replace files)
* Go to Administration, Modules, and Regenerate
* Update and then Activate PostJump

Administration and Usage
In PostJump Administration, configure the URL that you want as your Start Page.

PostWrap example:
http://somedomain.com/index.php?module=PostWrap&page=http://spidean.mckenzies.net

In PostNuke Administration, Settings, change your Start Page module to PostJump.

The URL that you configured in PostJump will now be your Start Page and be displayed
when first visiting the site or by clicking on Home.

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Copyright 2004 Shawn McKenzie. All rights reserved.

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