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Content Management Systems: php-nuke, xoops, mambo etc?  XML
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gandalfrat
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Hi,

Has anyone got any strong opinions on which open source CMS works the best?

I can't tell which CMS this site uses-- or is it custom developed? It looks like it uses many of the same plug-ins as PHP-Nuke and Post-nuke(like this forum-- phpBB) but I don't see any indication of what the main software is.

Thanks for any recommendations you can make!

Gandalf
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never used a CMS myself. You may be better off asking on http://forum.webdevcom.net/

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gandalfrat
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Thx Carbonize... so your site... the front page, menus and such are all static HTML you've designed yourself?

Thanks...
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to a degree. the frontpage contains a blog script. The sites look is a header file and a footer file which gets called by each page you view.

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