Any good CMF/CMS? ? ?

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  1. IT Fan

    IT Fan New Member

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    Please if anyone knows any good CMF/CMSs tell me? what makes them good , what are the their addvantages /disadvantages?
     
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    What type of CMS you are looking for?
     
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    I want a CMS similar to Joomla, please tell me the best one's and also what makes them the best?
     
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    Why Similar to Joomla when you can get Joomla itself
     
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    I want to know other option to make a final decision.
     
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    Wordpress is one of them
     
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    DotNetNuke is the best CMS out there for the Windows platform. It's an excellent option if you want to run under the Windows infrastructure.
     
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    I second the DotNetNuke! Very good CMS with very modular structure; however, it may be a little overkill for simple 1-4 page sites.

    Also if you are looking for a CMS with eCommerce you should check out "ASP dot Net Storefront". I use this package for my own site. It is a combination CMS with full ecommerce shopping capabilities. Very nice!

    - Ben
     

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