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Lets try to stay away from software questions and/or recommendations. Please take specific software q's up with the tech support for that software package.
Either pushed there by contextual advertising systems, affilaite programs or because of blog influences -
Or perhaps because it's mentioned in 5 out of some guy's list [webmasterworld.com] of 26 steps ... :)
Lets try to stay away from software questions and/or recommendations.
I don't seem to get it. I can't recommend a CMS? What good is this formum for then? Don't get me wrong, I am not affiliated with any commercial CMS vendor and I only sparingly contribute to open source CMS. If I have a recommendation towards or against a particular CMS, that would be entirely based on my own experience. And I can't even do that?
Yes, this is more oriented towards the management and handling site of content than the creation side.
The majority of the content management questions have shown up in the webmaster general forum. We are in the process of moving alot of those over this way.
Ya, it is tough to keep it out of the discussion - I totally aggree.
What we are trying to avoid is software authors being goaded into posting for/against their systems. They will show up here regardless because it is like flies to the honey. I know of 5 cms authors in these forums. How do I know? Two things usually happen then: either they have to come in here and promote their software, or 2) defend it. Neither of which do us much good.
In that sense, staying away from specific sofware packages is no different than much of the rest of WebmasterWorld. Please use your best judgement and ask yourself how the message could still be as valuable without a mention of the specific software.
Content management is content management regardless if that is blog content, product content, or simply your review of the latest xbox game - content is still content.
Very good points. I labored for quite awhile with the title of the forum.
We already "use it and manage it" or we don't have a website. I would dearly love to find a new magic bullet in this regard!
Without discussing the tools avaiable to make it happen, of course. :)
A little more guidance on the purpose of this forum would be VERY helpful!
Here are some guidelines for those in search of some guidance and administrative "solution":
And finally ranking content
Conceptuality and usability.