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Nov 19, 2012, 16:07 #1
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Which, if any, CMS is suitable for me?
I wonder if someone could give me a bit of advice.
My current site: subjective-effect.co.uk
What I'd like to be able to do:
Build a website that can be managed from anywhere, not just my home machine with Notepad++ and Filezilla. I suppose I want a CMS but I've tried Wordpress and it's too restrictive. I tried Drupal and it's too complex for what I need.
I'd also like to be able to use a database for some content - to display items or products. And I'd like to be able to add a payment system for users, Paypal would be my preferred system.
Can anyone suggest a simple but flexible CMS that would be suitable for this? I want to be able to easily move elements around and add my own CSS styling. My host (Fasthosts) has the following on-click installs but I don't want to have to play with them all to find out how suitable they are. None of them may be the best thing. I have PHP5 and mySQL options.
I just don't know anything about these (except Wordpress and Drupal) so I was wondering if anyone could offer me some sage advice?
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