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On 27/03/2010 19:58, Martijn Grooten wrote:
If you're looking to easily manage content then MODx is definitely the way to go in my opinion. It's very easy to learn and use from a developers point of view too.I am the webmaster of a small independent school, which means the administrator asks me to put this on, or that that off the website and I edit the relevant files in vim and upload them to their server using gftp. Which is nice in a geeky way, but unnecessarily complicated. So I'm looking for a CMS that enables the administrator to make all the basic changes herself. (I don't think she knows HTML, but she's not computer illiterate either.) I was thinking of using Wordpress, which I'm quite familiar with and which requires little effort to be used in a non-blog environment, but I suppose it's not ideal for a site that mostly consists of static pages. So I was wondering what would be more suitable. In particular, it would be great if the CMS has a tool that lets you manage calendars, where events disappear automatically off the website once the event has finished. Any suggestions? Thanks. Martijn.
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