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    CMS Help Request

    I'd like to set up a content management system (CMS) for one of my domains. I think I've settled on using http://postnuke.com However, due to real life issues/concerns, I find myself with little if no time to install and configure it, so I'm looking for someone to do the installation and configuration, then I can take over the maintenance of it. I'm not sure what I can offer in exchange for this service, but I'm willing to try and work something reasonable out. Please post here if you are interested. Thanks.

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    Enigma..

    Don't use postnuke...

    *nuke is horrid.. all/any of them!

    I could install it if you really want, but I do have sitemodCMS coming soon..


    http://sitemod.net/

    or if the stuff hasn't propegated yet,

    http://netsighting.com/~sitemod/

    Respond if your interested, i'll give you special rates

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    Sorry, Zaire, I need free right now for this site. I did look at sitemodCMS and if it gets to the point where this site is paying for itself, I'll definitely consider it.

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    If you haven't found anyone, I will gladly do it

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    Thanks, but Dave was able to help me out the other night.

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    Originally posted by Enigma
    Thanks, but Dave was able to help me out the other night.
    I ment to reply to this last week damnit ;P

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    Zaire, you said post & php nuke are horrid, could you please give some specifics as to what makes them so bad, any urls that you came across that helped you to come to this conclusion would be helpful.

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    Sorry Dave,

    This is actually more of an opinion.

    My reasons behind this.

    If your a php coder, and looked at the source code of PHP Nuke,

    It's horrid. The thing is soo big and clunky.. It's a walking security hole.

    And all PHP Nuke sites look exactly the same.

    That's my main reason for hating them both.

    When you look at *nuke sites, they all look the same
    2/3 columns,

    "Blocks" in the columns, main stuff down the middle.

    PHP Nuke is really big in file size, with unneeded stuff.

    That's pretty much All I have to say, but im sure if you did a poll of most php developers and such, they would agree with me.

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    yes this is not the first time I have heard how phpnuke (or anything ending with nuke) are not good.



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