I know of many online plan your own wedding sites, but what I'm looking for is one which I can host on a server of my own, probably some sort of PHP/MySQL based affair that will manage things like the RSVP, menu choices, gift lists etc, and also allow me to send emails to specific groups such as "Family of Groom, Family of Bride, Bridesmaids, Catering Staff" etc etc.
posted by dougrayrankin
on Jul 22, 2014 -
P.S. - I'm mainly relying on the library/ILL to defray costs, but will buy books if need be. My work schedule prevents me from taking classes.
posted by Anima Mundi
on Jun 11, 2010 -
How would you go about creating a CMS-like system for a business that does (low volume) custom work to a buyer's specifications? [more inside]
posted by entropic
on Apr 22, 2010 -
I'm involved with an arts festival, and want to use a CMS. I think one (possibly any) of the following would be suitable, to varying degrees: Joomla, Drupal, Textpattern, Expression Engine, Wordpress. (I've deliberately gone for PHP.) Which would you recommend and why? [more inside]
posted by hatmandu
on Jun 12, 2008 -
My sister just graduated from Parsons with a BFA in Fashion Design. I said I would help her with a website, which would basically be an art/photo gallery with a few different sections. Are there any content management systems that would work well for this type of application? Free is good, but I wouldn't mind spending a little money for something really good. She sent a couple links to designers' homepages that she liked [1 2 3 4 5
Whatever it is will need to be PHP/MySQL (or flash) based. [more inside]
posted by delmoi
on Jul 14, 2007 -
What blog/CMS software would you recommend that doesn't rely on MySQL or another database backend? [more inside]
posted by Kadin2048
on May 30, 2007 -
I've looked through most of the AskMe threads on various CMSes, and gotten a lot of good information on free and open source solutions, but I really want to know what I can get if I spend some money! [more inside]
posted by alas
on Feb 22, 2007 -
CMS vs. Blogging Software - whats exactly is the difference and which would you recommend? [more inside]
posted by MaverickX
on Jul 7, 2006 -
Looking for some recommendations for enterprise-level (or so) CMS that plays well with Word. A large client list is looking to be able to use a CMS to make website posts (similar to blogging), but they must be able to copy and paste directly from a Word file into the tool, without going to Notepad. Who out there allows that?
posted by fijiwriter
on Apr 18, 2005 -
I work for a company of about 100 people whose product is information, but it manages information in a really crappy manner. Nobody knows what's going on elsewhere within the company; often crucial people are unaware of events staged by other departments. We are thinking of getting a CMS to fix this: [more inside]
posted by By The Grace of God
on Feb 17, 2005 -
I need a CMS recommendation. I've been asked to find and set up a suitable content management system to be used by software and hardware developers for a project here at work. It needs to have good CVS and bug tracking modules. [mi] [more inside]
posted by sanitycheck
on Nov 17, 2004 -
? My hosting provider is set up for easy auto-installs on each of these freebies. Are any of these worth checking out? What do you recommend?
posted by geekyguy
on Aug 28, 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 -
I'm looking for a a cms like phpnuke or postnuke that offers selective membership. something like a membership form is emailed and reviewed before membership is allowed. or maybe a field in the form has to be filled out correctly or something. I think i'm just being an idiot and not looking in the right places, but i can't seem to find what i so desire. send help
posted by bob sarabia
on Jun 28, 2004 -
What is the best free or low-cost content management software for Web site management?
posted by tranquileye
on Apr 28, 2004 -