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Building a content management site

Thread began 1/17/2012 4:13 pm by andreb348078 | Last modified 1/18/2012 1:02 pm by andreb348078 | 548 views | 2 replies |

andreb348078

Building a content management site

At present have i a set of old web assist modules.. like data assist 2 and about 9 more extensions. I was wondering if you all had any tutorials that i can look at and see how i can build my own content management site. If i am unable to do this with the extensions i have at present i might upgrade to the super site .. which i can get as an upgrade for 599..

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Ian S

To ideally build a content management system you would want the following extensions:

Data Assist
Security Assist
Framework Builder (not essential, but a very useful extension)
CSS Form Builder (for the email functionality)
Form Toolkit

Possibly Dynamic Web Charts if you are recording stats (i.e. page views)

I've just spent 3 months developing quite a complex CMS with page versioning, anayltics, feeds, navigation management and a few other bits and bobs. The WA tools can help to make the process quite a joy!

Cheers

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andreb348078

thanks for the reply Ian.

I am going to start the story board for the site today .. i am looking to get something functional by the end of the month.

I looked at some blogs like wordpress, joomla and a few others and nothing gives me teh flexibility i need.

I also have to add in a site registration system for some of the members and stuff..

thanks for the headsup.

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