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For current Jamroom 4 Documentation, visit the main Jamroom Documentation section.

The best way to integrate Jamroom into your current CMS (Content Management System) is to use the PHP include() function to place the output of a Jamroom program (such as the Jamroom Ranking System) where you would like it to be.  Since most CMS's work with the idea of "blocks" (a small area on the menu or frontpage where a piece of information is displayed) or "pages", you can reach into Jamroom and have Jamroom content "pulled" into your CMS.

Note that it is highly recommended that you have a good understanding of HTML to make things look right. Find the location in your CMS‘s templates or code that you want to put some Jamroom content, then add a PHP include line in to actually include the data:

<php @include("http://yoursite.com/jamroom/ranking.php?mode=band&order=5&row_template=artist_row.tpl"); ?>

The above is an example of placing the output of the Jamroom Ranking System into your existing PHP page. Most Jamroom pages can be embedded this way.

Since there are literally hundreds of PHP based Content Management Systems, your best bet for help is to join us in the Jamroom User Support forums, as there are others who may have already integrated Jamroom with your CMS.

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