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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.
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.
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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