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[mambo] Comparison Help Needed

Norman O'Neil norman.on at gmail.com
Thu Apr 28 11:05:15 EDT 2005


backwards or sideways, you would have the same set-up/customization as 
mambo and a healthy learning curve on top of that.

On Apr 28, 2005, at 10:58 AM, John Nunez wrote:

> Has anyone used webedition CMS?  My boss just got a flyer from this 
> company and wants to buy it.  I have been messing around with mambo 
> for a while now. He feels that this will get us a CMS without the 
> hassle of customization.  I feel it would be taking a step back. Let 
> me know the pros and cons of this cms.  I prefer Mambo it's just I 
> don't have time to demonstrate it to him.  I rather use the money for 
> a couple of Zend Studio.
>
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