http://www.Cigmas.com which is a video game CMS but can also be used for other media entertainment like movies or music.
Slinky can u pls. PM Me & tell me what encoded scripts are.
Originally Posted by slinky
OH yes, encoded means that part of the script is compiled so you can't see what it looks like or hack/modify it if it doesn't suit your needs. It's important to me for various reasons but it's a longer discussion.
I happened across "WordPress" the other day. It looks very promising -- for example, it was very simple to install/setup and it is easy to customize/skin the UI for the site using dynamic themes/templates. It uses PHP and MySQL.
It seems to be well documented, have an active support forum, and a developer community that provides plug-ins and additional themes.
Starting with v1.5, themes are supported, and the site UI pages each have their own customizable template (HTML pages with PHP variables). The feature I like the best of all about the templates is they are pure CSS ( no tables ). Note that the site Admin interface (in the "wp-admin" folder) uses it's own "fixed UI" (the HTML is interspersed throughout the PHP functions). The actual site that you build uses the dynamic themes/templates.
Note: I just installed this product so I have not had much time to play with it.
WordPress Main Site
WordPress Codex Site
To quote the about page (http://wordpress.org/about/): "WordPress was born out of a desire for an elegant, well-architectured personal publishing system built on PHP and MySQL and licensed under the GPL. It is the official successor of b2/cafelog. WordPress is fresh software, but its roots and development go back to 2001. It is a mature and stable product. We hope by focusing on web standards and user experience we can create a tool different from anything else out there."
Wordpress is ok
check out this one
has better spam protection than Wordpress!!!
Works almost exactly the same as WP, but has some unique functions ....
Only one comment, WP and B2 are blog programs, and I would not class them as "true" cms's!
Wow. Really nice stuff but both are blogs, not really CMS software.
Hello, first post here....
Read the first few pages of this thread.... and gave up on page 5 . So, if those cms are mentioned before, you should do as if this post has never been written . Only PHP based ones:
Only german Homepage, but the documentation is available in english
(use google or altavista for translation, though its sometimes funny how such services can pervert a language (I'm from germany and it's quite a lo of fun to read some english sites translated to german via google
Version 1.6 has been released, and it seem to be a nice "little" cms ...
Haven't allready tried it, very new one (the guy behind the cms did a php driven cms tutorial on Intranetjournals a few months ago, thats where I stumbled upon the idea of making one by my own based on php and xml.... which I will post here in , lets say 10 years, when its done )
EDIT 1: Sorry the last one is a Python driven CMS as I found out while taking a closer look, but worth a look, even if python means a snakekind to you
Last but not least
CMS Made Simple
One I have to try by myself too (oh time, how fast you melt away...), but it seems nice too .
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Thats all for now, when I find others, I'll tell
EDIT 2: Found another one
Quite a new one based on PHP and XML. Open Source, Version 0.5x availlable. German, but English Website (linked the English one )
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Last edited by RicoD; Apr 7, 2005 at 03:07. Reason: One is a Python ;) and I found a very new one!!!!
I love Mambo!!!
my Blog :[url=http://www.linux-juggler.com][b][color=#FF0000]
Looks cool, maybe I'll try it sometime.Originally Posted by Shadowed
And since last week there is a english version of our small, easy to use CMS for the Internet Explorer available.
It is XHTML capable and works as a wysiwyg in CSS-layouted sites without text fields. You have your remote control, in which all functions are integrated and so on. Its made for sites which needs a smal cms and not oversized sollutions.
You can see a demo here: (works only with IE 5.5+)
Its not opensource. Its a commercial system with a licence model. In germany several hundred webpages are using it.
You cant find it in hotscripts and freshmeat, because i had no time to write it there
(for all angry people out there using mozilla, we are working on it)
Maby the most easy XHTML content management system!
Me tooOriginally Posted by dB02
any knows of a free CMS that is a job based like monster.com
Drupal + Commercial version of Job Vacancy ModuleOriginally Posted by valtea
i cant find "Job Vacancy Module" for drupal. I have searched Drupal.org and google. Though Job Search module is there, it did not fit my need compleately.