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[nycphp-talk] Choice of CMS?

The Geek thegeek at thecolorgeek.com
Tue Jan 25 11:39:54 EST 2005


Any one have links to live Mambo Stores.  Have used OSC but it is a 
pain to modify page layout.  Thinking of using Mambo but would like to 
see some working examples.  If page layout is a little easier to manage 
I would consider it.  OSC is the devil I know at the moments so at 
least I know what I'm in for.

Paul
On Tuesday, January 25, 2005, at 10:58  AM, Ajai Khattri wrote:

> leam at reuel.net wrote:
>
>> I'm looking at helping set up a web-site with a possible OSCommerce 
>> shopping cart. My parameters are Linux 2.4.25, MySql 4.0.22-Standard, 
>> Apache 1.3.33 and PHP 4.3.10. The possible CMS systems are Drupal, 
>> Mambo, PHP-Nuke, phpWCMS, PhpWebsite, PostNuke, Siteframe, and Xoops.
>> The theory is that the site would be set up and then handed over to 
>> the client who is not a "computer person". Ease and simplicity would 
>> be helpful, and security as it's a small business. Any 
>> recommentations for or against?
>>
>
> Mambo comes with a ready built backend.
>
> I have similar clients and Im using Mambo.
>
> -- 
> Aj.
> Systems Administrator / Developer
>
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