[thelist] Simple CMS alike Wordpress instead of iWeb

Stephen Rider evolt_org at striderweb.com
Wed Jan 30 17:06:25 CST 2008

As you are familiar with WordPress, I would suggest simply using that.

There are plugins available for having a site in multiple concurrent  
languages, FYI.

I use WP to set up a friend's site, and he was very happy with it.   
He's not tech-savvy much at all.


On Jan 30, 2008, at 3:03 AM, Stefan Schwarzer wrote:

> I am looking for a CMS which is as simple to use and customize as  
> Wordpress is for blogs (although it could be used as well for a  
> really minor static site; but this wouldn't be an option for me, I  
> think) and which would give me a reason not to use iWeb.
> My wife wants (me) to develop a website for a very small NGO; just  
> a couple of pages about what they are doing, when they have some  
> activities, and a profile of each of the persons involved. I would  
> use iWeb as it is really simple to use - my wife can deal with it  
> after some minor instructions.
> But they are thinking of offering the site in different languages.  
> And that would be a bit more difficult to deal with when using iWeb  
> - although still feasible.
> But if there would be a simple CMS - I myself use Wordpress, which  
> I find very easy to use, for different blogs; and I had something  
> like this in mind -, than that could be a more elegant solution...

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