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Posted on 2013-01-11
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Hi,

I have a design for my website already and don't want to change it one bit!! I don't want to convert it to Word Press or anything else. I want to keep every single page and just add some code to it that will access this system.

On my website I have several pages, and instead of editing every page, then re-uploading it, I'm looking for some back end program that will let me log in, select the page and edit it. More so the main content area of the page.  WYSIWYG with NO HTML editing.

I can control images, perhaps schedule certain things at certain times.

Needs to run on a Linux Server.
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by:Tony Giangreco
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Have you considered Joomla or Drupal? Thay all allow you to change one page without needing to edit HTML.
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I want to keep my PHP pages, just the way they are. Just looking for a way to manage content.
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Hi,

Still not quite what I'm looking for.

I haven't found one that will do what I want.

Just include some code to display the content that is managed in the app.
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by:Tony Giangreco
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I don't think you will find exactly what you wnt. All apps I've seen are CMS that control all content from one database through it's web interface. You might be able to take one of them and customize the config so only one section of your site is in the CMS and the rest is not.
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