Dale Dunlea wrote:
>Does anyone have any suggestions for a better CMS then? Ideally, it
>should have a smallish footprint, be easy to update, allow tickers on
>the front page showing the most recent updates from various sections,
>and also not crash every bloody time I try to install it.
>>Drupal is a thing of beauty in terms of good design. There are modules
aplenty and it's easy to write more. However, it might have a larger
footprint than you're looking for. Whenever i think CMS, drupal is
usually the first thing i think of because i just like it.
I would also recommend wordpress. Given what you're saying i think it
will suit your needs straight off.
Another one to look at is xoops, which is pretty nice.
Probably worth having a play about on opensourcecms as someone
suggested. as far as i remember they have demo versions of the packages
there for you to muck about with..
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