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allow content management


I made a website for a community group and I'd like to add areas that are open for editing so I needn't attend to every single thing.  I do understand the concept, and I even have contribute, but I'm looking for a web-based SIMPLE CMS and some simple tutorial to give me a push in the right direction.   I only need them to alter one or two areas.   Are there low cost ones, or open source?  I don't want the whole site subject to this, I only want to specify certain editable areas.

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http://www.la-grange.net/cms            Open Source Content Management System List (perl, php, python, m4, java, etc) Blog API
http://www.steptwo.com.au/papers/kmc_evaluate/     How to evaluate a content management system
http://sourceforge.net/projects/exponent/     SourceForge.net: Exponent Content Management
Two web-based ones:
http://www.atutor.ca/                   ATutor Learning Content Management System: Information:
http://www.phpwcms.de/index.php         phpwcms :: web based content management system | What is phpwcms
linqueAuthor Commented:
can these be used after the fact?  I mean, once a site is made, can I use one of these without re-designing the entire site?  
I'd have to read up on them to find out. But I have to go 'til later.
My guess: Yes. Read through the basics in the user manual for one of the free ones.

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