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Attempting to create CMS
abhishekkaushik




msg:3625718
 7:28 am on Apr 13, 2008 (gmt 0)

i am trying to create one Content management system in PHP and passing through the tough time due to the lack of hands on professional/module based coding ....though i can implement complex logic but this time the huge size and complexities of the cms moreover the ignorance of correct structure and standards methodologies are impeding any further progress..can anyone help me in finding out correct resource for this

thanks

 

coopster




msg:3625958
 7:13 pm on Apr 13, 2008 (gmt 0)

I'm not so certain there is a "correct" resource for what you are asking. The CMS that one may require can often be so much different than the requirements of another. Content management to a newspaper company may be much different than content management to a zookeeper.

I think you will be best served by writing out your requirements and breaking each task down.

abhishekkaushik




msg:3626090
 1:00 am on Apr 14, 2008 (gmt 0)

I mean to say generally in each cms one can see a login system, user management, administrator area, installation module Ajax etc.....i suppose those can be learned working with realtime projects....again when I bid for the online projects they ask the sample work, that i havent done so far.....there are many freelance websites out there but i am looking for one who can give chance to beginners ....money is the not the problem i can work on the open source projects as well... how can i find them?

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