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A good CMS?

Post by fly3rbug on Fri Aug 22, 2008 6:55 pm
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I am going to make my own website but i do not know what content management system i shoot use.
What good, easy and safe open source content management system do you recommend and why?
I need a cms that is lite and runs on PHP.
Any help is very appreciated.
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Re: A good CMS?

Post by fashizzlepop on Fri Aug 22, 2008 7:28 pm
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I say if you are new to coding websites make your own. It doesnt have to be pretty at first just try and make it secure. That's prolly the best way to go. That way you also learn more PHP. And you dont need to use SQL db's if you need. PM if you need a push in the right direction. (main site PM I dont like the forums PM)
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Re: A good CMS?

Post by fly3rbug on Sun Aug 24, 2008 5:44 pm
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I am not new to PHP. I have actually written quite a few websites for my job. These websites have there own cms that i helped build, however it is the intellectual property of the company so i can't use that.
You see it is not for my job and i am a busy man so i would like a open source cms.
I like SilverStripe, however i would like to know if there are better options out there.
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Re: A good CMS?

Post by Gazok on Mon Aug 25, 2008 9:58 am
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A good one I've heard of and seen examples of is ExpressionEngine, although I've never used it myself.

http://expressionengine.com/
http://onwired.com/blog/why-expressionengine/
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Re: A good CMS?

Post by nosidius on Wed Sep 10, 2008 3:44 pm
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the server code taht this site uses is called apache, you could try that, and also i seen gnix ones (or something like that), i haven't tried them myself but........

and myspace uses microsoft IIS/6.0
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Re: A good CMS?

Post by ment0r on Mon Sep 15, 2008 9:04 pm
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some really good CMS's that i've used on various community related projects include:

DragonflyCMS (Very powerful, secure, updated, and supported)
MemHT (Design supports unlimited amounts of projects)

and a friend of mine developed a barebones CMS that has News, User Registration, Ranks, and file management... im not sure what its called but if you just want a backbone to code on top of without all the features that more powerful CMS's have, i'd search for this one.

i'd say it could be found on sourceforge maybe under the username Mediator...

good luck, and PM me if you need admins / developers!
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Re: A good CMS?

Post by theleperchaun76 on Mon Feb 14, 2011 8:58 pm
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You could use one of the many cms's such as joomla, wordpress, Drupal, code Igniter. The list is endless. Google it.
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Re: A good CMS?

Post by Goatboy on Tue Feb 15, 2011 4:06 am
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theleperchaun76 wrote:You could use one of the many cms's such as joomla, wordpress, Drupal, code Igniter. The list is endless. Google it.


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