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  1. #1
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    Default a good cms for newbies...

    MAMBO...
    go to ...
    mamboportal.com
    it is the best cms... i have seen..

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    Try e-xoops - easy to implement and easy to use.

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    i have used phpnuke and xoops. when i first got started using cms i found xoops to be so much more organized and helpful, i mean IMO it was eaier for me to find free good looking themes in xoops then phpnuke. Also i heard rumors that phpnuke isn't too secure.

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    What are you talking about??
    Could someone explain please?

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    Has anyone tried LIMBO.
    http://www.limbo-cms.com

    Limbo as what the author says is a lite MAMBO.

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    http://eng.spaiz-nuke.net/ - russian guys. Advise to try.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alexandercam.bizhat.com
    http://eng.spaiz-nuke.net/ - russian guys. Advise to try.
    ahha
    russian guys.......that's interesting

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    phpsimple is the most easy php cms there is. But like the name says .. simple not only in use but in result. Mambo is suposed to be very good altough it has some template difficulties. For more advanced take typo 3.
    the best website to compare systems is: http://www.cmsmatrix.org/
    almost all are there

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    another funny cms tool is snippet master. You don't need a database only put the atributes level on your server almost open (777) i believe and put snippet tags on the places where you want it to be allowerd to change.

    <snippet name="/name of page/">

    blablabla...

    </snippet>

    works perfect and you can build your own website around it or also install snippet after..

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