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  1. #1
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    *nix alternatives to evol Sharepoint Web Content Management

    Greetings all,
    I have a client that has been using SharePoint Server 2007 to do fairly basic CMS functions (html (or aspx) replication of templates, then adding custom text for each page) simple formatted text for two news pages, etc..

    Does anyone out there know of any *nix alternatives that will do the following:

    * provide a basic (somewhat huge emphasis on basic) interface to add/delete/edit a table of text on a certain page (news page, etc..)
    * maybe provide a script based html editor within the user panel

    While many people might say to go after a standard CMS such as drupal, etc, the sites don't need a full blown CMS to run the show - they just need a few small text areas to be editable by people who are at most comfortable typing in some text, and hitting a save button..

    Thank you for your time in just reading this, let alone giving your advice/feedback...

    Mike

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    Anyone? I haven't had to dive into finding basic content editors, but I would think someone else here has at one point or another..

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    Look at a few of the content managers on http://www.hotscripts.com some are so basic they still save the content into .txt files as opposed to databases
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    Oh yeah and you might want to make sure you search for the free versions instead of commercial, most of the commercial versions are feature rich CMS.
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