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Old 14th December 2005, 00:33
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Hi:

Im looking for a CMS (Content Management System), to use in a ISPConfig server.
If someone have implemented any kind of CMS can give some tips about that pls?

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Old 14th December 2005, 00:37
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You can use any PHP or perl cms on a server that is managed by ISPConfig.

Some CMS I've used are Typo3, Mambo and Drupal.
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Old 14th December 2005, 03:36
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Thank u Till ill look it.

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Old 15th December 2005, 14:10
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Till,

Out of curiosity, out the 3 which did you consider most user friendly, reliable and secure.

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Old 15th December 2005, 14:16
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That depends on your needs.

Typo3 is very flexible and a real enterprise class CMS system with many modules. It is not so easy to manage and setup and as developer / administartor you will have to learn Typoscript, the Typo3 definition language.

Drupal is more a partal system like the phpnuke systems. e.g. Howtoforge is absed on Drupal.

Mambo / Joomla is somewhat in the middle between typo3 and drupal. Its Easier to manaage the typo3 bu has not the flexibility.

I know there was just a security problem in mamabo, but i do not know the security trackback of this project in general.

The above is all my personal experience and opinion, so feel free to post your experiences with these cms systems.
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Old 15th December 2005, 14:40
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Till,

Have never used any of the CMS but was just looking at the possibility of trying one out. Maybe I will try Typo3 if there is enough info or documentation that can aid in learning it.

Thanks for your info as always.
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