I just wonder what kind of CMS that you are using for your webhosting website. Since there are a lot of options of open source CMS, paid CMS or your own CMS.
So I think this thread will be interesting, because I will know roughly how does it like if I use xyz CMS for my site by looking at your site
As for myself, my site is using Etomite CMS.
- It has been a good CMS for me, very easy template integration and as for backend administration is quite easy and user friendly.
- It is quite easy to put a script into the CMS (They called it snipplet)
I took few hours to learn how to integrate a template with Etomite. That is why I chose etomite.
How about you? I am interested to know what cms do you use and want to see your site as well
Erm...I use PHProducer...but the release is not out yet...as its still being worked on my a few of my friends, I am officially one of the first sites to use it. Email Lerch at the PHProducer site (google it as I cannot post links) and he may give it to you earlier.
InfTek: Yes Joomla is good, there is no doubt about it but I just wonder for other cms do the hosters use.
Daveredfern: I heard that Drupal is good, but I haven't tried it really.
Jayke: Thanks for the info
At the moment I am looking at TYPO3 and Modxcms. TYPO3 has a lot good feedback and people says it's good, but I haven't tried it yet.
ModxCms is almost the same like etomite, it just different style/layout.
Okay... I tried ModxCMS
From my point of view, I could say this cms is quite user friendly. It's like etomite but enchanced. They use ajax, therefore you when you are logged as an admin you can edit your site content directly on that page, no need to enter admin control panel.
They have good back end as well. I will try to integrate with my design later, it is interesting to try this cms.
As for typo3, it will takes more than a week to learn about it. It's very good cms but it is different with other opensource cms. It's more complicated and powerful if you know how to use it.
So you mean that joomla can integrate with MB and Kayako? I know they can but I wasn't sure so I just want to confirm it
no, i don't think either but it has its own hosting billing modules (one called netshine) which are very good and perfect for my needs but for large hosters you may want to keep a seperate billing. similar with it having its own advanced ticket system.
it may be able to slightly intergrate with mb or client exec but not sure.