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Simple Content Management
basecan

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Msg#: 4109 posted 1:27 am on Jun 22, 2005 (gmt 0)

I am looking to create a simple website with 100 - 300 skus. It will most likely not have a shopping cart.

I would like a way to update catalog and product pages. I have an even smaller site currently that is static html and it is a bit of pain to add items.

OSCommerce could do the trick, but it looks like a bit of pain to customize the look feel etc.

Is there a simple content management system out there that could work well with a primarily static based website.

I am happy to use mysql php, perl whatever. I just dont' want the solution to take over the entire site like Miva or OScommerce seem to.

thx for all suggestions.
rob

 

Moby_Dim

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Msg#: 4109 posted 9:03 am on Jun 22, 2005 (gmt 0)

I've some my own experience in this area. Write the details by sticky, please, and I'll try to understand whether this could be useful.

Moby_Dim

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Msg#: 4109 posted 9:07 am on Jun 22, 2005 (gmt 0)

The site and cms I wrote about was based on Perl and on a flat DB (MySQL was not needed in this case because of the site size - about 200 pages; simple DB was sufficient enough.)

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