Content Management Systems

Duz

which is a best CMS system that can be installed for  a website

OS Commerce, Mambo or any thing else?
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mcse20002000Asked:
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duzCommented:
mcse20002000 -

I don't think there is a one size fits all 'best'. In any given situation there are probably one or two that may come close to satisfying specific requirements, try completing the CMS matrix here http://www.cmsmatrix.org/matrix?func=search&wid=2 and see what comes out....

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softplusCommented:
"which is the best" ..... They're ALL bad at doing this: reading your mind and doing whatever you want without you having to specify anything.

mcse, I think we need more information --- OSCommerce is more of an online-shop, do you want that? What do you expect from a CMS? What do you have to offer in terms of hardware, software, knowledge?

You should know we can't read your mind, give us some specifics and then we can help you look further :)))
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mcse20002000Author Commented:
ok let me put it this way

what benefits i can get by implementing a CMS on my website
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softplusCommented:
You can manage your content without having to use web-designer tools (or notepad). You just work on the content (i.e. texts, images, files, whatever), the "CMS" will then integrate all of this into one website matching the templates you use.

Take a look at:
PHPNuke: www.phpnuke.org
Slashcode: www.slashcode.com
etc. (these are just 2 examples of the 72992 CMS systems available, some expensive, some cheap, most use databases)
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softplusCommented:
That's a newat matrix, duz, I'm going to be spending some time there this weekend :)
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