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Topic # 24597 28-Jul-2008 21:24
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Hi there,

I want to set up a professional looking website. I know a little bit about doing it, and I can use things like FrontPage.
I want to know what programs you would reccomend, since I dont have a copy of FrontPage and I cant go out and buy it, since its not made any more.

Is there any software that I can make a website on, have a CMS and not have all the restrictions that some CMS's have (eg: Joomla!, Mambo)

Cheers,
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  Reply # 152216 28-Jul-2008 21:38
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You might want to use a full CMS instead of Frontpage - actually Frontpage doesn't exist anymore, only Expression Web.

Look for Joomla, or even for Silverstripe.




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  Reply # 152220 28-Jul-2008 21:48
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Depending on what type of site you want to build, take a look at Expression Engine expressionengine.com. They also have a fully functional core version you can download and use. There are also a number of brag sites which have used it, featured on their site. Pricing is also competitive, not filty expensive, the single licence for business is $99 USD. http://expressionengine.com/overview/pricing/

cheers, good luck with it.

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