Create a digg clone in less than 10 minutes using Pligg

Yesterday I was reading a article about pligg on techcrunch and thought of giving pligg a shot. I was amazed that it took me less than 10 minutes to set up a digg clone. Check out the – digg clone I set up using pligg

It has lot of nice features like ajax effects, clean interface, collapsed menus , user points and what not.

You can also set up a digg clone yourself using readme file that comes with the installation or any tutorial available online

Its great how so many open source systems are coming up. So far I have tried Drupal, joomla, mambo and pligg and found drupal to be the best cms in terms of features and customization.

It seems now setting up a cool site is not at all difficult but matters is what is there on the site and how well you market your product.

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2 Responses to Create a digg clone in less than 10 minutes using Pligg

  1. Pankaj Mehta says:

    Wow wow wow! I never knew that creating a digg like site can be so simple.

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  2. I really enjoy this blog

    Yes, creating basic digg clone is pretty easy using pligg.

    In fact, using the newer pligg, you can syndicate content from other sites.

    I created this experiment using pligg

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