From PhpCOIN Documentation
phpCOIN provides several methods of creating and presenting various site content to current/future clients. The built-in items one can use are:
System Menus A top menu and a separate logged-in-user menu, that can be configured through the admin interface as to whether on/off, which images to use, and the desired link for each button. In addition, left/right menu columns are also available for additional menu functions.
FAQ System "Frequently Asked Questions" content for the site. Multiple FAQ's with questions/answers can be created. In addition, the "FAQ" can be assigned to be viewed by all visitors, existing clients, or admins only and can features on/off for each item to permit "work in progress". The FAQ content is included in the "Search" content options.
Pages permits the admin to create content for the site from the browser interface. The content can be in the form of plain text, or common html with images, tables, etc. The "Pages" feature also includes footer menu navigation options for "flowing" documentation (prev / main / next buttons are configurable for each page). The Pages content is included in the "Search" content options.
SiteInfo Pages permits the admin to create content for the site from the browser interface. The content can be in the form of plain text, or common html with images, tables, etc. The SiteInfo content is very similar to the Pages content, but geared more towards common site information items: policies, about, main index, announcement, etc. SiteInfo does offer an on/off "Return" footer menu button, but does not offer the prev/main/next footer navigation of Pages.
Auxpages permits the admin to load "external" pages into the system by simply creating the page and calling accordingly. This feature provides capability more advanced than the standard "Pages" or "SiteInfo" content. The basic idea for auxpages is that a page that is external to phpCOIN (such as a control panel) can appear as if it is built-in to phpCOIN, and it will have access to all phpCOIN data/styles/etc.