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brianoneill
07 Sep 2002, 21:19
Hi I was wondering good someone recommend a good php/mysql Content Management System?

My main requirements are:
-It needs to be easy to install and maintain
-It needs to be well supported, I don't want to settle on a system only for the developers to disappear ;-)

I don't need any of the membership stuff you have with nuke, all I want is something that will let you create a maintain a good solid site.

There are so many systems out there that its very hard to pick one.

Has anyone any experience of eZ publish (http://www.ez.no)
Is it any good?

Thanks in advance, I would really appreciate any advice.

FleaBag
09 Sep 2002, 00:10
I'd go with vBindex 2 [found on this site] and a few vBulletin hacks - in fact that is what I go for! :)

danrak
11 Sep 2002, 01:35
eZ Publish can be difficult.

I'm currently looking at Site Works Pro (http://www.siteworkspro.com) It looks good, but I can't seem to find anyone running it to get some feedback on.

brianoneill
11 Sep 2002, 08:58
Siteworks looks ok, also check out http://www.clueful.com.au/cmsdirectory/ and www.hotscripts.com

I was looking at www.webword.biz as a good package for enabling clients to edit their sites, check it out as well.

Brian

TECK
11 Sep 2002, 10:57
Originally posted by GamerForums
I'd go with vBindex 2 [found on this site] and a few vBulletin hacks - in fact that is what I go for! :) vbindex will kill your server... if you have a busy board.
take a look at this:
http://www.virtuanews.co.uk

DWZ
11 Sep 2002, 12:27
Originally posted by TECK
take a look at this:
http://www.virtuanews.co.uk what he said ;)