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    Cool Suggest Me Open Source Content management system with these features

    Suggest Me Open Source Content management system, feature with


    Unlimited Page/Form Feedback/Menu
    Newsletter,
    Form generator,
    Sitemap Generator
    Custom Title/Keyword/Desc
    Editable Menus
    Permissions to limit access to certain users
    Picture/File Upload
    Product Gallery/Portfolio
    Easy to add custom webdesign templates.
    easy to create/edit/update/delete content

    Search Engine Friendly URLs with mod_rewrite
    e.g. http://www.domain.com/products.html
    http://www.domain.com/contact.html


    and must be not able to find script platform by any cms detector.
    like: joomla,wordpress,drupal...

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    Did you look in this thread? That lists a number of the packages available and breaks it down by programming language, so you can find one that will run on your server.

    Explore them (a large number have demo sites available). Find one that has the features you like and go with that one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by smartwebcare View Post
    and must be not able to find script platform by any cms detector.
    like: joomla,wordpress,drupal...
    I would suggest what Dave mentioned above however your last criteria is going to be troublesome... Anyone familiar with a CMS will be able to figure out what you're using based on the file system structure. If you want it to look like a custom CMS, you're going to have to build a custom CMS. Otherwise I'm sure www.BuiltWith.com will figure out what you're using.
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    Principal / Internet Development


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