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content management system

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i develop sites for my clients

i am getting more and more requests for content management systems

i do not know much about them

is there one i can use and refer them to that will help them. mostly they will want to do only basic changes:

can someone point me in the right direction for such needs

Mar 5 '08 #1
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The answer to this question is not so simple. There a many CMS-es around, many of them free. If wthey can perform all the functions you require and how good they are, I cannot say. I advise you to have a look at the Wikipedia site for CMS at THIS LINK

This site contains many references to CMS including:

Links to
AllScripts Demo - Review of Opensource CMS
CMS Matrix - CMS comparison tool
AIIM - The ECM Association - Non-profit organization
CMS Ratings - Open source CMS Ratings
CMS Compared - Choosing a PHP CMS

Vendor Neutral Articles About Content Management Systems
What is a C.M.S?
Do You Need CMS?
Want to Buy a CMS?
Choosing the Right CMS
What is a Portal?
CMS or WebPortal Software?

This way you can browse around and see and compare to find the CMS that suits you. Good luck.

Mar 5 '08 #2

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Hi Wayne,

I use a good cms called snippetmaster Snippet Master

It can handle multiple users/access levels/uploads/logind etc.

its very easy to set up theres a free demo version which deosnt expire and the pro version is only abotu 14....i would have a look.

hope that helps.
Mar 6 '08 #3

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