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blog and content management software

I'm looking for blogging and content management software
that's written in .NET and can be easily incorporated into
a web site that's being built with .NET. I've looked on
GotDotNet and DotNetMonster, so I know there is stuff
available. My question is, who has experience with any
of these tools and products, and do you have recommendations
about what works well and is easy to set up and incorporate
into a larger site.

One thing that's pretty important for me is the ability to
tailor the look and feel of generated pages, to keep a
consistent look and feel across a whole web site.

Any recommendations?

Thanks,
Diane
Nov 19 '05 #1
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Two products that come to mind are CommunityServer [1] and dasBlog
[2]. Both are open source - CS may not be free depending on how it is
used - see the license for details. CommunityServer is flexible and
customizable but does take some time to configure properly and play
nice with other applications.
[1] http://communityserver.org
[2] http://sourceforge.net/project/showf...roup_id=127624

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Scott
http://www.OdeToCode.com/blogs/scott/

On Mon, 15 Aug 2005 13:24:51 GMT, Diane Wilson <di***@firelily.com>
wrote:
I'm looking for blogging and content management software
that's written in .NET and can be easily incorporated into
a web site that's being built with .NET. I've looked on
GotDotNet and DotNetMonster, so I know there is stuff
available. My question is, who has experience with any
of these tools and products, and do you have recommendations
about what works well and is easy to set up and incorporate
into a larger site.

One thing that's pretty important for me is the ability to
tailor the look and feel of generated pages, to keep a
consistent look and feel across a whole web site.

Any recommendations?

Thanks,
Diane


Nov 19 '05 #2

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