Replacement for Adobe Contribute

Adrien Willems
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In our organisation (600 people) the intranet site is maintained since 2008 with Adobe Contribute on an internal server.

Adobe stopped supporting Contribute.
And now we are looking for a replacement - in fact a similar HTML Editor.

We are aware that Adobe Dreamweaver is the recommended replacement.

But, for the day to day updates of our Intranet, we want our internal authorised users to make changes to the content and add new files in a well contained framework as was offered by Contribute without all the features of Dreamweaver.

I would appreciate your suggestions and experiences….
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Shaun VermaakSenior Consultant
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Do yourself a favour and replace it with a CMS system such as Drupal, WordPress, Joomla, DotNetNuke, SharePoint etc.

This will make your life so much easier. You can easily take what you have and import it into WordPress and install WYSIWYG add-ons.
Adrien WillemsICT project manager

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Hi Shaun,
Thanks for your suggestion. And we are using Dreamweaver for the more complex stuff.
However, for the daily messages on the intranet we would like to keep the edit work really simple, as was possible with Contribute.
that’s why we would like to use a good, but basic html editor...
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I get it but that is exactly what you will get directly in the portal of WordPress
Adrien WillemsICT project manager

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Thanks, but I still insists on the following:
In WordPress and other CMS-tools one has to much liberty (and in the same time the risk) to modify pages....

We need something simple and secure - just editing text without changing other aspects

Hoping someone can direct me to such a replacement of Contribute
Adrien WillemsICT project manager

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It's a bit frustrating no one came with a good solution with a html-editor.
But, thanks for the contributions

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