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The not so big CMS thread
There is a plethora of CMS' out there and it is hard to pick one that suits your needs. We have already had some discussion siding the topic but it doesn't hurt to have a more indepth thread for this subject as it is pretty big topic afterall. So let's put a list of CMS engines here and maybe some description about them, which ones you use yourself and so on. I'll try to update the list of CMS' as we get further, but please leave pure blogging machines out of this, even tho they can be used to some content managing, they are not pure CMS engines. I haven't had the chance to test this out, but Joomla is the offshoot of Mambo when the development team split, maybe now we will have some actual standards compliant and accessible modular CMS with better template system. http://www.joomla.org/ Ofcourse there is Drupal, but I can't comment much on that, it seems pretty complex but so do all CMS engines at first. But this is the one I'm researching for my next big web design project. http://drupal.org/ Typo3, boy, if Drupal was complex, this is insane, it's like reading a bible written in some language you can't read. Way too much stuff, and I had to go through several pages of information before I found out which version of the CMS I had to download and install in order to get it working. http://typo3.org/
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