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Which CMS?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Amelia, Sep 1, 2008.

  1. Amelia

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    Hello,

    I'd like to add a simple CMS to a small website, to enable certain people to add some text and a few pictures to 2 or 3 pages.

    Can anyone recommend a script/package that would suit me? As you may have guessed I've never used a CMS before, so something easy would be good!;)
    Thanks
    Amelia
     
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    Although the learning curve is not the smoothest, I warmly recommend you Drupal (drupal.org), due to the features, stability and security of the software.
     
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    I'm not sure I would recommend Drupal for "a simple CMS to a small website, to enable certain people to add some text and a few pictures to 2 or 3 pages."

    The thing is, most CMS's aren't meant for managing 2 or 3 pages... but rather, an entire site. You'll face the same learning curve for 2-3 pages as you will for 200-300. Maybe what you need isn't really a CMS but something like Dreamweaver's editing/publishing component (sorry, I can't remember what it is called, Sitebuilder or some such thing)
     
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    Thank you

    Thank you for your suggestions. I'm inclined to agree with you verdon:eek:

    I think this program, well, service really will be perfect for me:
    http://www.cushycms.com/

    I think it's brilliant for just a few pages actually - so easy!

    If anyone knows a downside to this program let me know, thanks again.
     
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