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What Should I use for this project?
Ideas about what scripts to use
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msg:3813220
 7:25 am on Dec 23, 2008 (gmt 0)

Hello there fellow webmasters,

I am bidding a new project, and looking to figure out the most efficient way to accomplish my goals. Here is what I need to do:

1 Allow customers to login to secure area
2 Allow client to easily upload/edit files via cms in that secure area
3 Mod skin so it looks nice on the frontend

Seems pretty simple, but looking for the best solution to pitch to the client. Hope some good ideas come in!

Cheers,
Bryce

 

mack




msg:3814062
 7:20 pm on Dec 24, 2008 (gmt 0)

I think the best bet for you would be to go to opensourcecms.com and take some systems for a test drive.

On that site they have a wide range of cms applicatiosn installed and you are able to login as the admin and see what they are able to do.

Mack.

CWI Tech Guy




msg:3820751
 4:51 am on Jan 7, 2009 (gmt 0)

Is this going to a commerce driven site? Joomla is multi-faceted in its abilities, and I would recommend it. Tell us more about the project as the details you provided are slightly vague.

dbdev




msg:3830646
 8:34 pm on Jan 20, 2009 (gmt 0)

If you're hosting on a Windows platform, DotNetNuke will do everything you require. And it's free/opensource.

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