What CMS do you use

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  1. hoovernj

    hoovernj New Member

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    for reference: CMS = Content Managing Software

    I use Wordpress , because I didn't want to write a page just for my blog. I just upload the folder of the theme, chmod the needed files and goto the themes page of the admin control panel and click which theme I want.


    Wordpress on my blog


    EDIT: yes I know that the new ad sticks out onto the page in Firefox (and pushes the content down in IE), I'm just waiting for a vertical version of the banner to be released.
     
  2. Richard

    Richard Active Member

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    i am using e107 :)

    i am also using coppermine too and i will be integrating it with e107 in the future :p

    mambo and xoops are also good cms to use :)
     
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    audionation New Member

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    PHP-Nuke

    I used to use PHP-Nuke its OK but I wasen't that good to keep. What is the best CMS? And what is the lowest disk space CMS you can get?

    Thanks,
    Steven Ross
     
  5. nicholas

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    u can check out the link seeker gave, http://www.opensourcecms.com/ or this one http://www.cmsmatrix.org/matrix to find out more or make comparisons... :)

    personally i think mambo and e107 are the best :D
     
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    I use PHP-Nuke and Invision Power Board 1.3.1 FINAL
     
  7. Richard

    Richard Active Member

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    Drupal is quite good too, theres no install system though but the modules are great, I like that my site is linked to 100's of other sites too.

    Mambo is great too, a bit on te big side though its the best for displaing the x10 ads.

    Going back to word press, I know I've read this somewhere but how did hey go from v1.2.2 to v1.5 ?
     
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    xStylezx New Member

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    Thought id chime in and mention mkportal.I guess you cant really call it a CMS but it is very good for just a messageboard portal.It works with multiple forums as well so you get to pick and choose.Go to mkportal.it and read more about it
     
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    php-nuke platinum and vBindex
     
  10. SnT2k

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    So far I've used Mambo, it's nice but it lacks user control. I also used XOOPS but for me it's a bit.. "missing". WebGUI seems nice but it's hard to install.

    {edit} Drupal looks nice too.
     
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    I use PostNuke, PHP-Nuke, WebGUI.
     
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    SnT2k New Member

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    That's why some CMS has this thing called "SEF" which utilizes the Apache's mod_rewrite thingy...
    i.e. look at drupal's site www.drupal.org
    and Xaneon for Mambo: http://dev.xaneon.com/mambo/extensions/
    and WebGUI's site: www.plainblack.com

    and note their URLs:"http://drupal.org/project/releases", "http://www.plainblack.com/webgui" and "http://dev.xaneon.com/mambo/extensions/faq/"
     
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    Mambo, and one of my own creation

    With a front-end/clean and simple backend
     
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    Stolid New Member

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    I've used wordpress and some other ones with similar functions.
     
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    I'm planning to use PHP-Nuke again for my site but I've used e107 and Post Nuke.

    Amy
     
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    Richard Active Member

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    I hope you are using the security patches
     
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    I'm not sure if you were talking to me or not but yeah, once I get this whole hosting thing sorted out, I'll see if I can find one at the main site.

    Amy
     
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    Cool, thanks for the link, I'm there now. Back to the original topic. I thought e107 was good but I couldn't find any good skins for it or anything so that pretty much put an end to that.

    Amy
     

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