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e-boy 10Jun2010 16:00

Content managment framework
 
Hi to all.
I want to have my own site and am currently looking for a content management framework to manage it, but at the moment I am confused because of the variety of CMF-s.:(:(:(:(

IT Fan 10Jun2010 16:04

Re: Content managment framework
 
Hi e-boy, you know there are various CMFs available on the market, but personally I do like neither of them. I was surfing through the net and found out that a new CFM will soon be available. In case I find out any other details I will let you know for sure

IT Fan 10Jun2010 16:06

Re: Content managment framework
 
Hi there, by the way i am interested in this topic as well, please write your suggestions.

Mr.President 10Jun2010 16:47

Re: Content managment framework
 
There are various CMS solutions but I am more familer with JOOMLA, DRUPAL, wordpress and couple of other cms....

JOOMLA : superb CMS but some core modules still has some security holes !
DRUPAL : yea drupal is good but if u r a developer then u can develop ur own modules plugins templates (+JOOMLA)

Wordpress : if u r going to open a blog I prefer wordpress superb and very easy to program !

IT Fan 10Jun2010 16:54

Re: Content managment framework
 
thank you much, and what about jumper?

Mr.President 10Jun2010 16:57

Re: Content managment framework
 
never heard of it ! can u pls give me the URL ?

IT Fan 10Jun2010 17:10

Re: Content managment framework
 
jumpernetworks.com/

IT Fan 10Jun2010 17:11

Re: Content managment framework
 
this is the link

Mr.President 10Jun2010 17:16

Re: Content managment framework
 
thx :) i will have a look !

IT Fan 10Jun2010 17:24

Re: Content managment framework
 
ok, write your opiniion if you can


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