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chandni
06-08-2006, 09:35 AM
hi is it possible to know more about cms (content management software)..does bv support cms.

chandni

navaldesign
06-08-2006, 03:58 PM
Depends on the requirements of the particular cms

xoqez
06-20-2006, 02:27 PM
i have never used bluevoda but a cms solusion is a different thing.

cms (content management systems) are database and template driven website.

if you are want to play with CMS add one of the cms's fantastic has on cpanel and play with it. they always have forums to go with where you can ask questions to other users of the CMS.

I like phpwcms or joomla or exponent(not available in fantastic)

VodaHost
06-20-2006, 11:36 PM
Yes..we offer Joomla with every account.

xoqez
06-22-2006, 01:54 AM
Yes..we offer Joomla with every account.

and phpwcms

VodaHost
06-24-2006, 09:07 AM
Below is a complete list of all the CMS we offer. You do not have
to pay anyhting extra, they are all included for free in your account.

Drupal
Geeklog
Joomla
Mambo
PHP-Nuke
phpWCMS
phpWebSite
Post-Nuke
Siteframe
TYPO3
Xoops

circuspet.com
06-28-2006, 10:16 AM
This option sounds like a great tool for managing your business. I haven't
yet finished my site building, so I think I'll need to come back here when I'm done with the building aspect.
Just what I needed to see, more tunnel before the light. LOL

Jacksparrow_6
07-18-2007, 08:35 PM
Can you have automated article submission using Joomla?
If not, which CMS programme does offer this?

Thanks

FrancisChanYH
11-05-2007, 11:55 AM
I seldom post because I am a lurker. However, it seems that wordpress is a very good cms programme if you know how to read php. There are plugins for directory submission and pings, also for lots of others. Of course, wordpress is weak in security so is not recommended for mission critical projects, unless you know security programming.

Vasili
11-05-2007, 11:43 PM
I seldom post because I am a lurker. However, it seems that wordpress is a very good cms programme if you know how to read php. There are plugins for directory submission and pings, also for lots of others. Of course, wordpress is weak in security so is not recommended for mission critical projects, unless you know security programming.LOL....apparently this is your first post!

WordPress is a blog, and naturally has features to alert for posts and entries, but is not a CMS utility that has anything close to the functionality that CMS tools like Joomla, phpNuke, etc. have at the core of their design: it pays to know the difference, and to select a solution based on planned use or identified need!

FrancisChanYH
11-06-2007, 07:41 AM
You right its my first, (I was slacking too long that I feel guilty now).

WordPress is a great blogging programme, but I came across using Wordpress as cms sometime ago and it rocks!
Step 1: Create a Special Category
Step 2: Make Some Posts under this Category
Step 3: Modify Main Index Template of the Theme
Step 4: Turn off Commenting on Front Page Posts
Step 5: Populate Some Data
Step 6: Create Category Pages
Step 7: Add Some Description to Each Category Page
...more(too much to show here)

Wordpress got all the plugins but what I do not understand is why folks think that joombla is more superior?