[thelist] CMS - Non-Blog-Like XHTML CSS?

Markus Staas markus at staas.biz
Fri Aug 19 11:22:48 CDT 2005

Try Typo3 www.typo3.org , depending on your experience with CMS it could be
a bit "fat"

A bit smaller is Mambo, but still good www.mamboserver.com/ 

If you want to make simple sites you should also check out, Contenido,
www.contenido.org, a bit german though, but super simple to set up

If you do more than one client or website, then best to get into typo3, once
you know it well, you can set up sites in no time and serve websites up to
enterprise level communication and portal landscape including workflow,
visual templating, caching and more, knowledgeable user base and so on. U
can get books about it, same about mambo.

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----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Mark Groen" <markgroen at gmail.com>
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Sent: Thursday, August 18, 2005 9:06 PM
Subject: Re: [thelist] CMS - Non-Blog-Like XHTML CSS?

> ----- Original Message ----- 
> From: "Kris Khaira" <
> To: <thelist at lists.evolt.org>
> Sent: Thursday, August 18, 2005 7:57 PM
> Subject: Re: [thelist] CMS - Non-Blog-Like XHTML CSS?
> > You're looking for Textpattern - http://www.textpattern.com
> >
> > You can use it to edit content, layout and styles. And it has
> > privilege levels.
> >
> >
> > On Aug 19, 2005, at 5:28 AM, Jeff Oien wrote:
> >
> > > I'm looking for a simple, free CMS that isn't blog style-something
> > > for "regular" web sites where the client can update content but I
> can
> > > easily modify templates and add features. I'd like it to be
> > > XHTML 1.0 compliant and not use tables for layout. Any
> My latest fave is websitebaker.com, imho one of the easiest admin
> interfaces for the end user/client, easy-peasy templating, privilege
> levels, news blocks, can be made to match almost any existing web
> Fairly easy to get valid XHTML 1.0 Transitional code using a slightly
> customized wysiwyg FCKeditor:
> Just last week I moved the site above from a TP back-end to WB, it's
> about the fifth install I've done of this appy, the clients love it. I
> *am* a Textpattern fan still, but the Baker is a nice middle ground
> between complexity for the end user and flexibility for the developer,
> imho of course :-)
> cheers,
>         Mark


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