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Posted on 2004-09-01
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Hello,

I need to find an easy to use, php template site, that doesn't use MYSQL and can be edited online, hopefully free or a low-cost membership.

I can make my own interface, just need the infrastructure. Hopefully it will be all flat files since I'm doing such a small site, taking less than 25-30 pages.
I just need the backend, like the CMS and image upload, etc.

thanks!

Chris
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It's not PHP, but have you ever considered Movable Type for your clients?  It seems to meet all your requirements: it canuse any one of six database platforms, including Berkeley DB, which isn't a database (flat file-based) and SQLLite, which is a database, but not a server-wide database.  MT has a templating system, image upload, and simple content management.

Worth taking a look.  The current version costs very little, and older versions are still free.
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Thanks for replying! Never heard of those, can you please hyper link me?

Chris
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check out Smarty http://smarty.php.net/

its free, and it works great.
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www.oscommerce.com

^ free shopping cart (if thats the CMS you were after)
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Yes, Smarty is great, but it's not a CMS -- it's stricly a templating language.

If you read the question closely, I think the author is looking for a CMS with templating capabilities.  Smarty is one piece of a larger puzzle.
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thanks guys those sites helped!
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