Content Management
Website content management is organised using CMS software. This allows you to change content as you want
Content Management
CMS systems which we use
The following are Open Source software programs which we use and support

Some websites have information that should be updated regularly. This could include dates and times of events or changes to staff or product range. The software that enables you to do this is Content Management Software (CMS). We use and recommend the following Open Source software solutions; our individual recommendation to you will be determined by the website we provide for you.

Geeklog
A portal system with a wide range of modules. Homepage: http://www.geeklog.net/ 

Drupal
An advanced portal with collaborative book, search engines friendly URLs, online help, roles, full content search, site watching, threaded comments, version control, blogging, news aggregator. Homepage: http://drupal.org/

Joomla
Joomla! Is one of the most powerful Open Source Content Management Systems on the planet. It is used all over the world for everything from simple websites to complex corporate applications. Joomla! is easy to install, simple to manage, and reliable. Homepage: http://www.joomla.org/

Mambo
A professional level yet easy to use Content Management System featuring inline WYSIWYG content editors, newsfeeds, syndicated news, banners, mailing users, links manager, statistics, content archiving, date-based content, 20 languages, modules and components. Homepage: http://www.mambo-foundation.org/

PHP-Nuke
One of the most popular community-based portals with a big choice of modules and languages. Homepage: http://www.phpnuke.org/


PhpWCMS
PhpWCMS is perfect for professional, public and private users. It is very easy to learn and gives you the flexibility to separate layout and content. Lots of powerful but simple implemented features assists publishers and web developers too. Homepage: http://www.phpwcms.de/
 

PhpWebsite

A very powerful Content Management System with document manager, announcements, menu manager, photo album, block maker, FAQ, web pages maker, polls, information categorizer, calendar, link manager, form generator.
Homepage: http://phpwebsite.appstate.edu/

Post-Nuke
A Content Management System with focus on flexibility and security. A big variety of modules and blocks makes this CMS an all-round tool. Homepage http://www.postnuke.com/


Site Frame
A straightforward content-management system designed for rapid deployment of community-based websites. Nice-looking templates, oriented toward document-sharing, clean interface. Homepage: http://siteframe.org/


Xoops
A very popular advanced portal system. Homepage: http://www.xoops.org/

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