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    SitePoint Zealot pavanpuligandla's Avatar
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    PHP CMS Help..

    Hii..
    i need to build a website with 4-5 static pages, and the rest will al be the dynamic content loaded from MYSQL.
    should i use any CMS for this like drupal?
    can anyone please let me know which CMS can we learn easily and implement it and how to use them
    many thanks.
    PHP Professional turned ASP.NET Professional

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    You could use wordpress to do this. Just use wordpress pages for your pages, create a custom template, and you're set.

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    Any CMS software like Wordpress, Drupal, Joomla and lots more are good for that.

    With all these CMS you can have both static and dynamic pages.

    Regards.

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    drupal would work great for your site, and if its a simple site drupal is really easy, (so are other cms's though) Drupal is very expandable and you can get an easy template at that site or on drupal.org

    I am a big fan of drupal even for simple sites because if you ever decide to expand it has that scalability.

    Joomla and wordpress are great as well. I would choose one of the three if I were you.

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    Yes, for such an easy site, not multi-user, any CMS should be able to handle it very well. Drupal of course is the best PHP CMS, but do you really need a Porsche car to go to the grocery store? Well if that's the only car you have yes, or if you like to use it then yes again. But you don't need the best car to go shopping, so any old car would do, same with your question.
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    A nice and simple Opensource CMS modx http://modxcms.com/ Pretty easy to setup and install your own templates. Allows you to Keep content separate from the CSS/HTML site template.
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