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Please recommand a simple CMS with web standard complianted

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I have reviewed all famous and mature CMS but there are ALL too complicated,
too fancy and the result is that you can not totally control what you want
in your website. I hope there is a CMS with:

1. Open Source, Web Standard Compliant, XHTML, CSS... not using table to
design layout.
2. PHP + MySQL base, can output static XHTML+CSS.
3. Minimal learning curve.

What I want is looking for a simple CMS to maintain my websites. They are
all small website, design with xhtml css javascript by using vim. As I have
reviewed all mature CMS, they can not meet my requirement. I hope there are
some unmature project can meet my requirement.
Jul 20 '05 #1
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In article <c1**********@news.seed.net.tw>, "\\\" <to****@world.com>
wrote:
I have reviewed all famous and mature CMS but there are ALL too complicated,
too fancy and the result is that you can not totally control what you want
in your website. I hope there is a CMS with:

1. Open Source, Web Standard Compliant, XHTML, CSS... not using table to
design layout.
2. PHP + MySQL base, can output static XHTML+CSS.
3. Minimal learning curve.

What I want is looking for a simple CMS to maintain my websites. They are
all small website, design with xhtml css javascript by using vim. As I have
reviewed all mature CMS, they can not meet my requirement. I hope there are
some unmature project can meet my requirement.


You could look at Textpattern <http://www.textpattern.com/>, which reached public gamma this week.

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Jul 20 '05 #2

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"" <to****@world.com>" wrote:
I have reviewed all famous and mature CMS but there are ALL too complicated,
too fancy and the result is that you can not totally control what you want
in your website. I hope there is a CMS with:

1. Open Source, Web Standard Compliant, XHTML, CSS... not using table to
design layout.
2. PHP + MySQL base, can output static XHTML+CSS.
3. Minimal learning curve.

What I want is looking for a simple CMS to maintain my websites. They are
all small website, design with xhtml css javascript by using vim. As I have
reviewed all mature CMS, they can not meet my requirement. I hope there are
some unmature project can meet my requirement.


I've managed to make standards compliant web sites using spip...
(http://www.spip.net/)

It's PHP&MySQL, you provide the system with templates. If your templates
are XHTML+CSS valid, so will your result be. I also tought I read an
article somewhere on how to output static files from it, but I'm not
sure about that.

..02

Vincent
Jul 20 '05 #3

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Well, sound's good, but I can read English only, anyway I'll try it.

"Vincent De Baere" <vdebaere@lillydotcsoftdotten> ?????
news:40*********************@news.skynet.be...
"" <to****@world.com>" wrote:
I have reviewed all famous and mature CMS but there are ALL too complicated, too fancy and the result is that you can not totally control what you want in your website. I hope there is a CMS with:

1. Open Source, Web Standard Compliant, XHTML, CSS... not using table to
design layout.
2. PHP + MySQL base, can output static XHTML+CSS.
3. Minimal learning curve.

What I want is looking for a simple CMS to maintain my websites. They are all small website, design with xhtml css javascript by using vim. As I have reviewed all mature CMS, they can not meet my requirement. I hope there are some unmature project can meet my requirement.


I've managed to make standards compliant web sites using spip...
(http://www.spip.net/)

It's PHP&MySQL, you provide the system with templates. If your templates
are XHTML+CSS valid, so will your result be. I also tought I read an
article somewhere on how to output static files from it, but I'm not
sure about that.

.02

Vincent

Jul 20 '05 #4

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On Tue, 2 Mar 2004 20:10:27 +0800, ??? <to****@world.com> wrote:
Well, sound's good, but I can read English only, anyway I'll try it.


1) Try http://www.spip.net/en

2) Snip extras and reply below, please?
Jul 20 '05 #5

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