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Best ASP CMS

Discussion in 'Content Management System' started by mizanbdit, May 4, 2009.

  1. mizanbdit

    mizanbdit New Member

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    I would like to know which is the best CMS for creating and maintaining simple website / blog / content / articles
     
  2. shabbir

    shabbir Administrator Staff Member

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    DotNetNuke according to me
     
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    DNN by far is one of the best ASP CMSes and the leading .NET CMS. IT also allows alot of windows integrated features like WIndows Authentication in the site amongst many others. I will be posting an installation guide soon on how to install DNN.
     
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    Hello,

    Top 5 .NET Based CMS (Content Management System)

    DotNetNuke (DNN)
    Kentico
    Umbraco
    Sitefinity
    mojoPortal

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    Mia Luzzatto
     
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    Hey, I will suggest you for DotNetNuke and Kentico. These are the best ones.
     
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    Umbraco is also a very good CMS software. It has support for both MVC and Web-forms. It is Highly Flexible and Scalable. But it needs a extra effort to get started because it was designed with developers in mind
     

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