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    looking for a simple PHP CMS...

    I need to find a simple CMS in PHP that works well with web standards based designs using valid XHTML and CSS. Requires just basic features like a login page, ability add text and links, edit existing text, insert new page, etc. Does not have to be free and doesn't need all the bells and whistles of a more advanced CMS. Started to do search for such a CMS, and found there is a dizzying array of options. Looking for input from those who might have experiece with a CMS that would include the features I listed above. Thanks!

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    You might want to take a look at Etomite I plan on using for a few simple sites.

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    i was also going to recommend etomite. probably one of the easiest i've used, and extremely easy to change templates etc.

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    Hi all,

    Tried etomite and it just doesn't fit my needs. Also tried a host of others... website baker, cmsmadesimple, mambo... but none fit my needs.

    Basically I have a website containing a number of folders(news, aboutus, services, etc)
    I want to allow certain users only to have access to each folder to edit files within.

    Each user should have the ability to edit the content of each page.

    Should also be able to add css styles from the default stylesheet such as bullets, make text bold, etc. thus avoiding deprecated <b> tags, etc.

    Thanks.

    Kevin.

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    Why not get a custom coded script?

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