[SATLUG] CMS Solution
astro at astr0.org
Fri Nov 9 13:02:59 CST 2007
Hah I have a few sites that I've setup using damn near every cms. joomla
is really neat and has a TON of free extentions, plugins, themes, etc.
The only downside is that I have no drawing skills, and am still trying to
find someone to hook me up with a logo :P
On Fri, 9 Nov 2007, Luis Garza wrote:
> I have used Wordpress. I like it because it seems to be really solid. It
> has not been subjected to attacks.
> I have also used Drupal. They even have a video on how to install and setup
> Drupal. But I get critical security alerts on a weekly basis. So I dropped
> You can find lots of templates for both.
> Ernest De Leon wrote:
>> I just wanted to poll the group for CMS solutions. I am not too
>> entrenched in the web world (or at least as much as I would like to
>> be), so I wanted to see if there are any web admins out there that can
>> recommend a good solid CMS. There really are only three requirements:
>> 1. Blog type setup for posting content and getting comments 2.
>> Forum capability 3. Upload/download capability for users to post and
>> share content (files). Any other features would be considered nice
>> but not necessary. As a matter of fact, the CMS that does all of the
>> above with the least hassle would be preferred. I am currently
>> testing Wordpress and Drupal. They both look good, but Drupal looks
>> like it is way way more than what I need. I may be mistaken, and
>> that's why I'm asking the group for advice.
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