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    SitePoint Member larrykane000's Avatar
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    Cool How to Create Simple CMS In Php

    Hello, Please I am new to Site Point and i need help to create a Simple Content Management System on my site. Please write me back if you can help. I will really appreciate.

    Thanks

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    As long as know some basic PHP/MySQL it shouldn't be much of a problem, what sort of system are you looking for?

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    Jon

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    I want to be able to update my web content dynamically. And also i want to be able to add more content on my site by that i mean more pages. Without having to write or use my ftp.
    That is what i want to do.

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    Have a look at frogCMS. It might be just what you need.

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    Thanks Mr. Mstle, infact i've got Joomla and i think it is really going to work. Only that i am having issue trying to make it work.

    Do you think frogcms is better. Can u help me with it?

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    I cannot advice you in what you should be using. I can only point you out. I have tries Joomla a while back to see what it does. It seems full featured, but i think it's too complicated (at least it was back then, when I had a look at it).
    It all depends on 2 factors when you decide a cms. What you will be needing it for and where are you planning on going. That is your starting point. If you keep things small and simple, so should your CMS be. If you plan on expanding, make sure your CMS can provide in that.


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