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CMS that exports html

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Does anyone know of a PHP based CMS that exports its pages into static
html? Exporting into PHP files would be fine too.

Actually, if you know of a CMS that can create directories for new areas
of content and actually having descriptive text in the URL would be great.
The majority of the CMS I see just produce a URL with
example.com?pageid=xyz or example.com?node=xyz. I'd like to see something
like example.com/blue/square/index.php.

I can write my own makeshift CMS to do this, but I don't want to reinvent
the wheel if it's already available.

thanks,
mike

ph****@pookmail.com
Jul 17 '05 #1
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Michael,
Does anyone know of a PHP based CMS that exports its pages into static
html? Exporting into PHP files would be fine too.

Actually, if you know of a CMS that can create directories for new areas
of content and actually having descriptive text in the URL would be great.
The majority of the CMS I see just produce a URL with
example.com?pageid=xyz or example.com?node=xyz. I'd like to see something
like example.com/blue/square/index.php.

I can write my own makeshift CMS to do this, but I don't want to reinvent
the wheel if it's already available.


What you are probably looking to do is utilize mod_rewrite on apache.

Mike
Jul 17 '05 #2

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On Mon, 16 May 2005 05:33:14 +0000, Michael Chiu wrote:
Does anyone know of a PHP based CMS that exports its pages into static
html? Exporting into PHP files would be fine too.

Actually, if you know of a CMS that can create directories for new areas
of content and actually having descriptive text in the URL would be great.
The majority of the CMS I see just produce a URL with
example.com?pageid=xyz or example.com?node=xyz. I'd like to see something
like example.com/blue/square/index.php.

I can write my own makeshift CMS to do this, but I don't want to reinvent
the wheel if it's already available.

thanks,
mike

ph****@pookmail.com


etomite.org
Jul 17 '05 #3

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