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  • Mr. HillBilly
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    I've been looking for a CMS that Integrates with vBulletin. All of the opensource portals don't. I'm not paying for a CMS since money is limited.

    What I hate about vBulletin is that it doesn't Integrate with crap.
    Last edited by Mr. HillBilly; Mon 12 Apr '04, 2:58pm.

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  • Thomas P
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    Typo3 is really big and full featured, but doesn't run really smoothly on a shared paket.

    We are currently evaluating the following:

    ConPresso (german)
    www.conpresso.de
    Demo: www.conquarium.de

    Contenido (german)
    www.contenido.de
    Demo: per request

    Envolution
    www.envolution.com
    www.opensourcecms.com

    Mambo
    www.mamboserver.com
    Demo: demo.mamboserver.com

    The list is from the german magazine C'T ... their favorite is ConPresse.

    All are Freeware or under GPL.

    We may wait for vB-CMS.

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  • WoodiE
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    I've tried Evo Articles about a month ago and it seems to be to early in development for me, has a lot of potiental but support is way to slow and the software still need improved.

    I'd like to know when cPublisher is coming out and vBulletin's version of a CMS is coming out.


    -Michael

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  • Justice
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    I just bought Evo Articles ( www.evo-dev.com ) yesterday. It's a great article management tool.

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  • Apokalupsis
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    Anyone know if phpnuke is integratable as a CMS for vb3? Are there any mods out there that do this?

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  • Khashyar
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    Hi everyone...

    I heard that typo3 has a BIG learning curve and is complicated to configure...

    I have been researching and reading lots of information on CMS's, and I still am not quite sure what to use...

    Different people seem to have different preferences, however phpnuke seems to have a lot of people developing modules for it....

    I wonder what the VB CMS will look like, but it sounds as if it might take some time beore its released because they are understandably working on VB3.

    Anyone else have feedback on CMS's that are stable AND that offer webmasters flexibility in modifying templates and script??

    Khashyar

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  • RandomLove
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    Originally posted by bahbah
    Has anyone tried this ?

    http://typo3.com/

    Looks really nice. Haven't had the time to install it yet to test it...
    WOW, type3 is really different. the example sites are awesome. I just can't beliefe why never heared of before.

    Would it do the job? Have to test it myself.

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  • bahbah
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    Has anyone tried this ?

    http://typo3.com/

    Looks really nice. Haven't had the time to install it yet to test it...

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  • AWS
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    I use VirtuaNews.
    It integrates with vb. Template based and is easy on the server.
    I searched for a while before I found this one. Tried just about every cms out there and couldn't find another as good as it.

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  • Mr. HillBilly
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    I really like Geeklog CMS....

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  • KeithMcL
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    When I owned webdevinfo I used www.siteworkspro.com

    It's good but needs some work. Mamboserver looks really good.

    www.opensourcecms.com is worth checking out.

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  • Prince
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    www.phpnuke.org

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  • IDN
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    I have never used the product, but i used to know Ewdi Then from NeLogic (Makers of NePHP) He's a real nice guy but doesn't always do the right things.

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  • Kwak
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    I was looking for a CMS but with less feature, more like an ARticle management system.
    I ended up using a blog software.

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  • PBChannel
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    There are a ton of CMS's out there, and I've tried just about all of em..

    Currently, I am testing Edit-X (www.edit-x.com) and Article Manager (www.interactivetools.com).

    I've also tested the following:

    ezPublish (www.ez.no)
    Very nice system, but can also be quite complicated - the templating system is tedious and hard to understand. Also requires some modifications to the server.

    Miraserver (www.miraserver.com)
    Very nice system, support is good, but it wasn't what I was looking for in a CMS.

    NePublisher (www.nelogic.com)
    NePublish is a nice concept. I am currently running an earlier version of it on my site. However, the support is very lacking and it has a lot of bugs that take a LONG time to get fixed. Additionally, for what you get, the price is very high.

    Mamboserver (www.mamboserver.com)
    Didn't get a chance to use this one much, but I stopped using it after I realized it couldn't do what I wanted it to do.

    PostNuke, PHPNuke, et. al.
    These are nice programs but tend to be buggy and lack good support. They're good for a basic site or if you're looking for free software, but I wouldn't use them on a pro-level site.

    There's a ton more out there...just do a search for "cms list" at google and it will give you sites that list the various CMS's out there.

    As far as the database versions? I've been using databased CMS's for the past few years now and am considering the switch to HTML. Why? To cut down on process time. Additionally, search engine spiders tend to have problems indexing dynamically created pages.

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