I really like Mambo Open Source- mamboserver.com or mosforge.net. They are about (hopefully ;)) going to release version 4.6 real soon. 4.5 is great too, but 4.6 promises to be way better,


Kim Steinhaug wrote:

I love that site, really the best way to get familiar with the common
systems out there.

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"Kenny" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message

Hi lisi,

Have a look at www.opensourcecms.com

They have all the popular CMS systems loaded on a server in one place so
you can see them in action, once you find the one you like you can d/l
it from there site as well


-----Original Message-----
From: Lisi [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
Sent: 16 June 2004 10:11
Subject: [PHP-DB] content managment systems

I am looking for open source CMSs that:

1) use PHP/Mysql
2) are relatively easy to install, for someone familiar with both PHP
and MySQL
3) also easily allow you to change the layout/template from the default

For instance, if I want to hire a graphic designer to create a static
for me with a unique design for my site, I want to be able to create a
template file from that (possibly one template for the home page and a
second one for inside pages) and then plug in a CMS into that layout (or

plug the template into a CMS) so the client can then make any changes to

any pages without having to go through me.

I've heard PHP-Nuke is a very good portal system - would it work for
Any other recommendations? The CMS must be open source, the budget is
limited right now.



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