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Is there a CMS for a straight html site

Thread began 10/20/2009 6:52 pm by 1940273769 | Last modified 10/21/2009 5:52 pm by neilo | 1843 views | 6 replies |

1940273769

Is there a CMS for a straight html site

Hi,

See you have a CMS web site changre for php but do you have one for html?

If, do you have one planned?

Thanks


oz :-)

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Jimmy Wu

Unfortunately we do not have an html based CMS and currently there are no plans to create one.

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gruant2000381341

www.topdreamweaverextensions.com/
they have version for php and another for asp....both work on static sites... Works great

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gruant2000381341

I just posted that web address, and I wanted to add something. I feel kind of bad for advertising the other site's product here, but web assist's products...in my opinion..are starting to get too complicated to use(for us newbies). When I started out looking for a cms, i wanted something simple...I don't care for databases personally.I know they have a role in sites today...but most of the people who are looking for extensions are looking for them because they probably don't have the time to invest in sitting down to learn the ins n outs of all the complicated mysql driven capabilities...I am more of a designer trying to ease into implementation... I think with the popularity of Dreamweaver..more extension companies would realize that if folks are using dreamweaver....that's probably because we want the quick and easy way... I think WebAssist puts out great products...for an experienced user. I think you are missing out on a much larger chunk of the population by pushing the mysql only stuff though.

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neilo

You could check out CushyCMS ("Finally, a free and truly simple CMS")

www.cushycms.com/

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gruant2000381341

That looks a lot like Adobe Incontext Editor....it's free too

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neilo

Yes - except Adobe Incontext are reeling in people because incontext is advertised as a service directly from within dreamweaver, - the catch being that while it currently appears to present as a free service, Adobe are soon going to be charging a monthly and yearly fee for the service. Lots of v. upset people, who have been building incontext into their clients' sites.

Cushy CMS has promised that their free version will remain absolutely free!

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