I am looking for an out of the box solution that will allow me to sell digital (PDF) documents as a one-off and as a subscription. [more inside]
posted by MuffinMan
on Sep 12, 2013 -
I have until noon tomorrow to prove to my company that switching out our proprietary CMS system to Wordpress is a terrible idea. Difficulty: I know nothing about Wordpress. Help! [more inside]
posted by Melusinewave
on Sep 27, 2011 -
What are good resources for researching and evaluating enterprise web content management and digital asset management systems?
posted by kirkaracha
on Sep 20, 2011 -
Please help me find a website content management system for a professional networking organization staffed entirely by volunteers on a tight budget. [more inside]
posted by rkent
on Sep 7, 2011 -
Is there an existing CMS that can drive a website that allows people to rate local restaurants, and that will provide driving directions to those restaurants? [more inside]
posted by Wild_Eep
on Jul 16, 2007 -
Is there a simple, themed content management platform with an intergrated BitTorrent tracker module? [more inside]
posted by limon
on Jun 25, 2007 -
Client says: "I should to be able to update the text on this website whenever I want to." Simplest possible solution? [more inside]
posted by Tlogmer
on Apr 14, 2007 -
I am helping an alumni/student association set up a simple website that would ideally include news items, photo albums, a calendar and basic static information about the group--its mission statement, history, and past activities. They'd probably also like to be able to create mailing lists around different interests on the fly, and then also browse those topics. Yahoo Groups is probably a little less than we want, but the other options seem like they would require too much customization (Plone) or too little flexibility (Typepad) Are there good alternatives (even fee based ones) that help groups communicate their missions to the public and staty organized? We're using PBwiki to generate content (that's working well) but it's not pretty enough for a public face--I feel the same way about JotSpot. Any recommendations? I thought I remembered a new player in this space, but can't recall them now.
posted by teddyb109
on Aug 1, 2005 -
CMSfilter: I am setting up a site for a friend's performance group. The key dynamic features will be a gig schedule and a photo gallery; other than that, I expect it'll be mostly static content. I'm looking for a CMS where the appearance is easy to customize and where non-technical people will be able to update the content easily without bugging me. I'm already famililar with opensourcecms.com, etc--I'm wondering if anyone has any specific recommendations. Roll-my-own is not an option.
posted by adamrice
on Nov 13, 2004 -
Can anyone recommend an online collaborative software that allows developers at remote locations around the world to share files, debate and update each other on the progress of their portion of a project. Which is best for this sort of thing: a mail-list, blog, wiki, bulletin board or some combined form of these?
posted by timyang
on Jul 4, 2004 -