Help me solve a perplexing Mambo dilemma, please! [more inside]
My mother needs a very simple website for a small business. I'm reasonably technically competent and I don't mind doing some work to set it up, but I'd like my mother to be able to update the content on her own. What software should I use? [more inside]
What's a good, off the shelf CMS for newspaper/magazine publishing? [more inside]
Best CMS for a closed but transparent bid for services website? [more inside]
CMS / Project Management solution for a small web company with specific requirements. [more inside]
Continuing the not-for-profit theme, my small company (full time staff of 5) is looking for an email management system on the cheap and easy.
We are looking for the following: management of multiple member lists for email blasts and newsletters, web-based sign-up, subscribe/unsubscribe services, and so forth. We'd like to be able to design a template in html and implement new text rather painlessly. RSVP lists for events (ala evite, I suppose) are an added bonus. [more inside]
I'm looking for a CMS for a small, online newspaper. I'm not necessarily looking for the front-end, I'm looking for something that can manage the back-end, or admin of the newspaper. [more inside]
WikiFilter: Help me find a lightweight wiki that does not use
CamelCase linking. [more inside]
I need to set up a community site that also has a Digg-like community news section, and am trying to find open source packages that will do the job. I looked at Pligg, but am wary of using it (reasons inside). I wonder if Drupal will work. Can you folks shed some light? [more inside]
What are the downsides to using Drupal versus a roll-your-own framework in a high-traffic commerce site that will need to be customised quite a bit in the future? [more inside]
DrupalGurus: Flexinode, or CCK? [more inside]
Top open source CMS on the web? [more inside]
I am looking for a easy to setup and easy to use content management system that will allow members to upload large files for private sharing , allow event listings and commenting and other features. I need it to be easy for the users to do this (non-tech people). I need a free and quick solution - no roll your own time.
Simple content management for someone with server limitations: I'd like to find the easiest way to organize abstracts of articles, but most of the solutions I've found don't seem to be possible. [more inside] [more inside]
What is the best CMS for a high-traffic IIS website with a wide variety of content (forum, articles, article archives, product listings, hardware comparisons, tips, blogs, podcasts, etc.)? [more inside]
What's the best (and most simple) CMS solution so html-fearing clients can update their site? [more inside]
What Open Source web application can I install that would make a good online community? [more inside]
I need a recommendation on what CMS / Blogging system to use for my video podcast. My big restriction: The main homepage of my site is flat HTML -- I want it to stay that way, but include a very abbreviated version of the blog (i.e., "links to the last five posts only") on it, via an iframe or something similar. What's the best system to use to do this? [more inside]
CMS vs. Blogging Software - whats exactly is the difference and which would you recommend? [more inside]
I am doing some part time networking/maintenance work for a real estate office. To post a new listing on their site, they have to get the owner's brother-in-law (who has his own job and lives three hours away and assigns priority to his b-i-l's company accordingly) to generate the page for the listing and change the index page and get them uploaded. I know there are several CMS packages aimed at the needs of a Real Estate company. Anyone have any experience with any of these? Free would be nice but not required.
How to charge for website design and can you recommend a few things in that area? [more inside]
How can I easily create web forms? [more inside]
Before building a CMS for my University project, i tried out a whole bunch of alternatives...but i cant remember what a specific one was called now that i'm trying to write about it. Google is failing me :( [more inside]
CMSFilter -- recommendations and de-recommandations. Say I can get Drupal, Joomla and Wordpress installed with equal ease. Which do I want for a relatively simple site? [more inside]
What methods and processes can I use to manage the content of a university-school website? [more inside]
Best CMS for user-driven podcasts?
I want to set up a site where users will login and submit podcasts, and then be able to access them by each user's RSS feed, or to add them to category feeds etc. Is there a CMS (Drupal, Joomla, etc) that will facilitate this?
I'm looking for a something (php/mysql) that will help me build a simple database driven website. The CMS i've seen and used (such as drupal, post nuke) seem like overkill. [more inside]
Seeking practical advice on starting with Joomla in Dreamhost. After asking about Dreamhost and reviewing different CMS', I've decided on Dreamhost and Joomla for a webpage I'm creating. [more inside]
Fellow webmasters: What content management system is the best for what I want to do? [more inside]
I'm looking for suggestions for a simple CMS when I don't have access to the production web server. [more inside]
Is there such thing as an application I can install on a client's web server that will allow him to edit certain HTML documents and save them? [more inside]
What type of open source software should I use to disseminate information I have collected over the years?
I have a HUGE series of links on a topic that I would like to start sharing with friends and the net as a whole. I am having trouble deciding what to use to post it: CMS (like PHPNuke or Joomla), Wiki, Blog (like WordPress or MT), or just a bookmark manager (like SiteBar). [more inside]
Collaboration tool/CMS for building HTML emails needed. [more inside]
I'm looking for a platform to run a "grouphug" style site - in the sense that anyone can post, and all posts are moderated and anonymous. [more inside]
Does anyone know where I can find REALLY BASIC guides for using (not installing) FCKeditor and PHPlist?
Is there a web site development solution for full sites that's as simple and to-the-point as a service such as Typepad? [more inside]
Help me understand K4, the workflow engine for Adobe InDesign. How tightly integrated is it with the Adobe suite? Is it the best/only choice for that phase of content management, or does it provide just the basic CM functionality (library services, versioning, etc.) found in any enterprise CMS worth its salt? In other words, how many content management systems does it take to run a (mid-sized) publishing company?
I'd like to use WordPress as a CMS for non-blogging sites, but I can't seem to break out of the blog structure. Help, tips, and/or examples needed. [more inside]
Best open source cms for a digg style review site? For linux based servers. [more inside]
AlumniSiteFilter: I run the alumni site for my high school, and I'd like to put it on a decent back-end (its currently manually updated). Feature list and embarrassing photos inside! [more inside]
I've just installed Plone (www.plone.org) for a client on their server. They currently run their sites on Windows 2000 with IIS on port 80. I set up Plone to run on port 81, but what do I need to do to make this accessible to outside traffic? It is currently inaccessible to anyone outside the offices, and I'm afraid I have no expertise with IIS. [more inside]
I'm looking for CMS options for an alumni community site I'm building - one that has the features we want and yet still user-friendly to relative beginners. I've got a few options (Xoops, PhpNuke, Drupal, CivicSpace) but I don't know what to choose. [more inside]
How do I convert basic text formatting (italics, bold, underline, superscript, etc.) into HTML formatting on a semi-automated basis? [more inside]
Are there content management systems or wiki software that are designed to run using ASP and/or focused on .NET functionality and use within a Microsoft/Windows Server environment? If so, what are some examples, reviews and or other information that would be worth knowing? Gracias.
What are your impressions of the various course management systems you've used? My college is having a look beyond Blackboard, especially after the merger news
. [more inside]
What type of content management system can I use to update small parts of an existing page? [more inside]
What free CMS has the best RSS aggregator features? [more inside]
Thanks to your answers to this question
, I'm going to spend the next month redeveloping our website. But now I'm faced with choosing the right tools for the job. [more inside]
Need a portal / groupware or CMS solution with the following features:
What is the simpliest, and most efficient CMS for running a 15 pages website (with no complex functions such as polls, forums, etc...) ?