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PostPosted: Tue Aug 29, 2006 7:11 pm 
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Hi,

CMS tool, here it means Content Management System tool.

Thanks for your votes and this survey is closed.

Here is the vote result:

Which CMS Tool do you think is the most popular?
DotNetNuke --------------- 14% [ 1 ]
Joomla --------------------- 28% [ 2 ]
Mambo --------------------- 0% [ 0 ]
PHPNuke ------------------- 0% [ 0 ]
Typo3 ---------------------- 0% [ 0 ]
Other ----------------------- 57% [ 4 ]

Total Votes : 7


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 Post subject: CMS I like
PostPosted: Fri Sep 01, 2006 3:48 pm 
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Xoops Cube is my best for these reasons:

A - Easy to install with install wizard

B - Easy to install modules - just by clicking on module name

C - Integrated forum scirpt

D - Backup Mod to back up all of your table and data onto your hard drive - again - one click

E - Admin is great

F - Integration of Flash is easily done

G - More available modules than any CMS

These are just some of the reasons. Sure there are many CMS that allow teams to manipulate text, but XoopsCube, by the fact of the many available modules, you will have greater options for instance a great help ticket module. You will find it almost impossible to find a CMS that will have a quality already-to-go help ticket script.

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PostPosted: Tue Sep 05, 2006 12:18 am 
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Voting begins on September 12th for the Packt Open Source Content Management System Award. The five content management systems nominated are (in alphabetical order):
    * Drupal
    * e107
    * Joomla
    * Plone
    * Xoops
You can read more about the Packt Open Source Content Management System Award at:

http://www.packtpub.com/award

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PostPosted: Tue Sep 05, 2006 12:35 am 
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CMS is great a topic, but why is it under DHTML?

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Hi Strat,

I had the same question but, since Gracie initiated the thread, Sothink may want to determine which CMS software is the most popular so that Sothink Support can provide documentation on incorporating DHTMLMenu with the CMS. Or, ???

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Interesting! Sothink would have to get the needed talent to integrate the menu into a template. I guess I could have it done at The Leaning Portal, which is a Xoops site at:

http://www.eiproject.net/learnportal/index.php

Here is an example of what I would like to achieve - menu at left:

http://www.techlearning.com/showArticle ... D=21700211

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This could be done by DHTML menu.


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Bill_P wrote:
Hi Strat,

I had the same question but, since Gracie initiated the thread, Sothink may want to determine which CMS software is the most popular so that Sothink Support can provide documentation on incorporating DHTMLMenu with the CMS. Or, ???

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Almost got I guess. :wink:


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Don't forget about MODx CMS. It's regarded highly in the elite coding circles, as Mambo and Joomla are looked down upon for having that pre-fab look. I can tell a Joomla or Mambo site from a million miles away, they all look alike. Go with MODx if you want a versatile, highly advanced, and standards-compliant Web 2.0 ready CMS ;)


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Adobe Contribute was not included in the list, but it would be awesome to give Contribute users the ability to manage their own menu


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 Post subject: EditWRX
PostPosted: Tue Sep 19, 2006 12:00 am 
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I have been working with EditWRX almost from the beginning and I love it. It's extremely easy to set up (for those who don't really know what they are doing there is a version which uses an install point. InstallPoint will guide you through your installation, testing your server for configuration, installing files and writing initial setup files. In just a few minutes you'll be ready to login and begin editing web pages.) it's userfriendly and the support is more than excellent.

If you have any new and usefull ideas they will be integrated in no time.

Go for EditWRX
http://editwrx.com/


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Sick.


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Another web developer recommended Joomla!, and I started using it recently. I'm still becoming familiar with Joomla!, and I am not familiar with any other content management systems; nevertheless, I must respectfully disagree with Joshywood's remarks about Joomla!

Joshywood seems to be a MODx supporter, and we tend to favor and support those programs that we use and with which we are most comfortable. Although it wasn't one of the top five nominees for the Packt Open Source Content Management System Award, MODx may be a great CMS, but there is probably room for more than one great CMS.

I'm not sure that I know anyone in "the elite coding circles" but, as one who has coded since the 1960s and been involved in web site development for 12 years, I am acquainted with a number of coders, and there are some among my acquaintances who I consider to be experts in their fields. I have asked some of my acquaintances about Joomla! and, although some did not care for content management systems, I can't recall many negative remarks about Joomla!

I'm also surprised that Joshywood "...can tell a Joomla...site from a million miles away..." One of the things that impressed me about Joomla! was the ease with which the look and feel of a Joomla! site can be changed through the use of templates. To see a variety of Joomla! sites, take a look at the featured sites on JoomlaForm.com, or the sites submitted to JoomlaBeauty.

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I used to be a Drupal supporter. However, after the upgrade to 4.7 messed up my site completely (thank god I made a complete backup before upgrading), I gave Joomla a shot. Meanwhile I have started several projects using Joomla, and I have to say it is superior to Drupal in most areas.


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 Post subject: Etomite
PostPosted: Thu Sep 21, 2006 11:32 pm 
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Once you try etomite, you will never go back to Joomla, Drupal, nuke, etc.


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 Post subject: e107
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I use e107 for about half of my clients. About 200+ sites use e107 as the CMS that I skin and customize.


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PostPosted: Wed Feb 08, 2012 10:44 pm 
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we use dhtml menu since some years - now we change some of our projekts to typo3
is there an example to use dhtml menu in typo3 - has someone experience

thanks

Martin


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PostPosted: Thu Feb 09, 2012 12:27 am 
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Current versions of the three most popular (and free) content management systems -- Drupal, Joomla, and WordPress -- include menu systems so there is no longer a need to incoporate external menu systems in sites developed with those programs.

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