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    recommend CMS

    I need a simple CMS with following specification...

    Admin can update/add/remove buttons/subbuttons.
    Admin can update/add/remove pages.
    search option for users.

    no more option need.

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    Plume CMS is very small and simple..

    Bob

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    i need for a college site

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluedreamer
    Websitebaker is good or Etomite. They are both simple to setup and configure. Websitebaker backend looks more user friendly but Etomite seems to have more features and you dont have to insert php into the templates, you just use tags that call a snippet from the snippet library.


    + NOW WE'RE MAKING RECORDS, NOW WE'RE MAKING TAPES

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    CuteNews http://cutephp.com/ is very simple and don't need mysql database, just text files.

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