[Phpwm] [phpwm] Building a simple 'mini' CMS - Advice required
Oliver.Mortimer at spinningclock.com
Wed Jul 22 08:30:18 UTC 2009
There is a really really basic CMS system I've come across in the past, but it's not the most pretty.
Might be a good starting point to get to where you want to be.
From: phpwm-bounces at mailman.lug.org.uk [mailto:phpwm-bounces at mailman.lug.org.uk] On Behalf Of Gavin Kimpson
Sent: 21 July 2009 15:11
To: West Midlands PHP User Group
Subject: [Phpwm] [phpwm] Building a simple 'mini' CMS - Advice required
I'm in the process of building a very small site for a client and want
to give them a small CMS to allow them to add & edit pages as they
wish, generally following this list of objectives:-
1) Allow the administrator to add, edit, delete pages (including
sub-pages probably only require two levels)
2) A simple HTML editor (will probably use FCKEditor)
3) Allow admin to edit Meta's (e.g. Keywords, Descriptions) for each page
Ideally would like to have a nice clean & minimal solution - I am just
looking at other CMS's on http://php.opensourcecms.com/ for
inspiration on layout/design etc... Does anyone know of a
'lightweight' CMS that does this, while still looking 'clean &
minimal' which is simple to use from a users point of view.
Any ideas would be greatly appreciated ;-)
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