I would like to create a web page where people can sign a sort of petition. It needs to be on my own web host, so third-party websites are not an option. [more inside]
I'm looking for a CMS that is highly-customizable and relatively cheap. [more inside]
What should I be looking at in addition to Wordpress? [more inside]
How would I go about setting up an online guidebook that's editable by different people with minimal effort? [more inside]
Network guy dipping toes into web development. I want to create a "simple" site. The site would have members enter text and create tags for that text. The user would then generate "reports" based on the tags into templates. The data entered and reports generated would only we viewable by the user that entered it. I guess it would be a multi-user web based Cyrstal reports type of thing. What is the right tool for the job? It would be nice if I could use a pre-build enviroment like a CMS (Drupal, Joomla) as I have access to training and web host offer simple installers. I am savvy with Linux and would prefer free software.
I love wordpress but I am finding that it seems to be very unsecure when it comes to viruses and hacking. What do other Wordpress users do to keep their sites secure and safe? [more inside]
Multi-site cms: I'm thinking of starting a website design /hosting business targeted at a few small business verticals I work with. What is the best cms to use to control many mostly standardized sites centrally but also allow for limited customization for the client? [more inside]
How do I keep all my artwork organized on my web site? [more inside]
What are good resources for researching and evaluating enterprise web content management and digital asset management systems?
I'd like to be able to embed a grid of thumbnails of products either scraped by search terms or manually entered - products from, ideally, multiple sites with affiliate programs, but barring that just Amazon would do - onto a web page. [more inside]
I am trying to find an easy way to incorporate a business directory into a Wordpress site. [more inside]
I need a web presence for articles and pictures, and a way for readers to comment on both. I know a lot about web servers, and squat/all about web design, and I don't have oodles of free time... help me pick a CMS. [more inside]
I have .htaccess rewrite/redirect problems. What makes this more frustrating is that it is such a simple situation. [more inside]
Wordpress filter: Is there a fairly simple way that I'm missing to restrict WP users from editing only the pages they're authorized to edit? [more inside]
Please tell me about the current state of the art for blog and/or content management systems? [more inside]
What content management system fits the needs of my website and can run on Microsoft IIS (web server) and Microsoft SQL server (database)? Full details of what I'm looking for inside. [more inside]
What's a minimal self-hosted "blog" that hooks into Flickr's API so I can send photos from my camera directly to my web site? [more inside]
I want to build a web site where gamers can converse via video. I'm thinking of something a bit like a Seesmic targeted toward gamers. Where do I start? [more inside]
I really like the design of this site. Is there a way to find out what CMS they're using? And what's that picture scroller in the middle?
Easy, free way to create a single form-editable web page on my static HTML site? [more inside]
What are some open source/inexpensive e-commerce solutions for developing a homebrew online music store? [more inside]
How do I put an end to this reoccurring CMS/hosting security breach? [more inside]
What's the best way for me to create human-readable urls for a Wordpress site? [more inside]
What would be a good web interface for a personal backup site? [more inside]
Drupal: How do I automatically assign users into groups when they register? Is this something I can do with Organic Groups? Profile tags? A different module? [more inside]
Looking for community building tool to create a family website. I have family all across the US and would like to create a website where each family member could create their own profile, make posts, share photos. Like a MySpace or Facebook but something more private and to a degree less complex. Something that is just for invited users, something that is easy to use for non-technical users and something that I can host and administer. Open source solutions would be preferred. I have used wordpress, drupal, and joomla but each requires tweaking and modules, and lots of research to setup. Just wondering if there are any prepackages solutions or easier to use modules for WP, drupal, or joomla. Thanks.
Designed a web site for a guy. Short of going whole-hog blog, is there an easy way I can make it so he can log in and change one little YouTube embed (or other bit of HTML) at his convenience? [more inside]
What would be the best CMS solution for a blog that I'm trying to expand as a resource/community site? [more inside]
Why does my site keep showing up on search engines with out of date met descriptions and keywords? [more inside]
Looking for an OSX app(or other solution) that will allow us to edit/update a front page produced site.
Looking for an OSX app(or other solution) that will allow us to edit/update a Front Page produced site. [more inside]
I'm seeking advice on how to mange small website development and maintenance projects with a remote contractor. [more inside]
I need a CMS that will allow me to do the following: [more inside]
Is there a simple, themed content management platform with an intergrated BitTorrent tracker module? [more inside]
What blog/CMS software would you recommend that doesn't rely on MySQL or another database backend? [more inside]
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]
What is the simplest and most accessible free web content management system at this time? [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. [more inside]
What's the best (and most simple) CMS solution so html-fearing clients can update their site? [more inside]
How can I easily create web forms? [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]
SoftwareFilter: Need a portal / groupware or CMS solution with the following features: [more inside]
I'm working on a project to bring a relatively new local GLBT newspaper online. Is there a CMS product (preferably open source) out there that I can setup for this purpose? My web skills are minor, so I'd like something as out of the box as possible that won't have me in fits trying to set it up. I know there are several options for non-open source software, but they get very expensive, very quickly. [more inside]
I'm working for a large, well-known organisation, which is looking for a content management system that will run well (and securely) on Windows 2003 servers. [more inside]
For a new site, would you go with a CMS that does everything, but only marginally well, or multiple applications?
PortalFilter: For a new website, would you go with a CMS that does everything, but only marginally well, or multiple applications (requiring multiple upgrades and patches)? [MI] [more inside]
I'm thinking of establishing a new personal web site for the risque/opinionated stuff that I don't want on my family-oriented site. The thing is, I'm not convinced that MT and it's bloggerific ilk nor Nuke and it's bastard children can maintain the stylized newspaper/-zine site that I want to erect. What other styles of free or dirt-cheap CMS software are out there that I should consider for the new site?
CMSFilter: After hearing about Dean Allen's TextPattern on and off for the longest time without being able to actually try it, it's now available in what he calls a "gamma" version that he's been updating and bugfixing for the last week. Is it worth the time to check out or not, or not yet? And what's so special (or not or not yet) about this particular pile of code?