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Can anyone recommend simplest CMS for 10 page website?
anshul

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Msg#: 4672377 posted 6:52 pm on May 19, 2014 (gmt 0)

Need to find what's most feasible CMS for a tiny website of 10 pages.

It shouldn't ask for DB, and I am not interested to write contact us form and mail script. Menu items top, drop-downs, left/right navigation, footer, header and page content should be fully customize-able.

I don't need error-some WYSIWYG editor that would generate unnecessary HTML markup rather preferring to write plain HTML myself into CMS's simple editor; line-numbers, color high-lighting is enough for me or let it launch external editing and I'll write and save HTML.

It should create my website for desktop/laptop and mobile devices (Android/Windows/iPhone/iPad) as well.

Lastly, it should be extremely light-weight and occupy minimum space in my hard-disk, of course, I'll be deleting unnecessary images, icons, css etc.

Anything; Perl, PHP, Python is fine for me.

So mentioned most of what is expected, can I avoid downloading WP (and unzipping it to install) for creating a 10 page website?

 

lucy24

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Msg#: 4672377 posted 5:25 pm on Jun 4, 2014 (gmt 0)

CMS enables one to insert common header, menu, columns and footer that apply to all pages...

You can do the same thing with includes. You'll need to add the code once to your ten existing pages, but then you'll never need to touch it again.

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