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Please recommend a simple CMS.

Discussion in 'Content Management' started by m0z70, Feb 1, 2010.

  1. m0z70

    m0z70 Member

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    #41
    Sorry to go on here, but to clarify - this is what you're speaking about:

    "Let it be said once more, "Wordpress is not a CMS".

    EXAMPLE: You run Wordpress. You have a widget. I want you to place that widget in an existing position on certain pages of your website and only show it for logged in users. Here's the clincher: You're not allowed to hack your template to pull this off!"


    He's talking about not being able to edit the theme: therefore Wordpress is not a CMS.

    Who here uses Wordpress.com? I certainly don't, and wouldn't install it for a client.

    We're speaking about Wordpress.org - a standalone version of Wordpress that can be installed and managed on your own server and run off your own database. You can do whatever you want with your themes, including showing someone on one page only, or create your own themes from scratch. Certainly a CMS.
    SEMrush
     
    m0z70, Feb 9, 2010 IP
    SEMrush
  2. Blue Star Ent.

    Blue Star Ent. Well-Known Member

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    #42
    You will need to read this one with a close eye: LINK


    You wont with this one : LINK


    And you wont with this one either LINK


    Wordpress is a a blogging platform that people hack into being a CMS. Quite a different scenario from something originally created as a CMS.
     
    Blue Star Ent., Feb 10, 2010 IP
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    #43
    Wordpress is simple cms, and friendly SEO.
     
    ronif, Feb 11, 2010 IP
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    #45
    Stick to wordpress!
     
    moshecogan, Feb 11, 2011 IP
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    #46
    I did in the end :)
     
    m0z70, Feb 20, 2011 IP
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    #47
    I found Wordpress pretty sweet. Drupal is good too if you want more pages on your site.
     
    decryption, Feb 20, 2011 IP
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    #48
    Wordpress is a great CMS besides that Joomla would be a good one to use to. I provide customers with a link to my wiki tutorial page inside the admin interface so if they need to know how to do something they can click that link. Also if they need a tutorial created there is a contact form why they can request a new tutorial. Has been working out great for over a year.
     
    fantome2024, Mar 3, 2011 IP