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Best PHP&mySQL CMS for web journal

I am looking for an intuitive PHP mysql portal system. Important features:

* Easy to publish news and articles
* Easy to create unlimited number of news/article categories
* Easy to maintain the first page
* Intuitive discussion system
* Good search engine
* Web based outlook customisation.
* Banner ads

I just installed php nuke, but it didnt look intuitive enough..? Many people
praised zope but in runs on python, which i dont know.

- perttu, finland
Jul 17 '05 #1
2 2017
Perttu Pulkkinen wrote:
I am looking for an intuitive PHP mysql portal system. Important features:

* Easy to publish news and articles
* Easy to create unlimited number of news/article categories
* Easy to maintain the first page
* Intuitive discussion system
* Good search engine
* Web based outlook customisation.
* Banner ads

I just installed php nuke, but it didnt look intuitive enough..? Many
people praised zope but in runs on python, which i dont know.


Go to http://www.opensourcecms.com/ - they have a whole heap of different
PHP/MySQL based CMS systems. You can try them live online by using the
admin area and seeing the changes it makes in the front end.

This isn't my site, although from the number of times I've posted about it
you'd just about think it is! I found it a very useful resource when trying
to decide which CMS to use for a particular project.

Chris

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Chris Hope
The Electric Toolbox Ltd
http://www.electrictoolbox.com/
Jul 17 '05 #2
Chris Hope wrote:
Perttu Pulkkinen wrote:

I am looking for an intuitive PHP mysql portal system. Important features:

* Easy to publish news and articles
* Easy to create unlimited number of news/article categories
* Easy to maintain the first page
* Intuitive discussion system
* Good search engine
* Web based outlook customisation.
* Banner ads

I just installed php nuke, but it didnt look intuitive enough..? Many
people praised zope but in runs on python, which i dont know.

Go to http://www.opensourcecms.com/ - they have a whole heap of different
PHP/MySQL based CMS systems. You can try them live online by using the
admin area and seeing the changes it makes in the front end.

This isn't my site, although from the number of times I've posted about it
you'd just about think it is! I found it a very useful resource when trying
to decide which CMS to use for a particular project.

Chris


That is an excellent website.

Here's a very professional product. I have not used it myself, but my
work collegue is implementing the next version of it in our enterprise.

http://www.squiz.net/mysource/what_is_mysource

Apprently it is quite impressive!
It has pretty full-on requirements/installation though.
Jul 17 '05 #3

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