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04-01-2009, 10:23 PM
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Hello!

I was wondering if you knew of any easy , free CMS out there (I'm not sure if that's the term I should be using) that my clients and colleagues can use to edit the sites I create for them without having to be technical.

What I'm thinking of is something whereby they log into the website using a browser and then access the pages of the site and can change or add text and photos.

I'd love to hear your thoughts and suggestions!

Thanks a bunch,

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http://wordpress.org
You needn't look any further.

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Like Gary mentioned, Wordpress.org.

But a good alternative would be drupal. Both have fantastic support communities.

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Definitely go with drupal if your up for a little modding - its a lot more powerful than wordpress.

There's also things like joomla, frog, jaws, etc. to consider

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CMS Made Simple and simpleCSM are another ones. I personally think that CMS Made Simple is pretty good.

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What about Joomla? or Mambo? both are free

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