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Topic # 67490 2-Sep-2010 18:58
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I have a website i'm going at the moment, It's got PHP and MySQL at disposal if I need it.

Looking around at CMS' at the moment keep some of the coding down a bit.

It seems most are pretty much a full website type deal.  I've looked at E107 and Drupal so far.

Basically what I'm after is a front end to manage some of the stuff like news etc, but not the full website.  I can code most of that myself.  The main thing that I would like (if it exists) is something where i can 'snap in' blocks of code to get what I want.

eg for a news feed, a back end to administer the entering of this data (by designated users), then the ability to render that content on the page i've created myself.

Does something like this exist?  It must support PHP and mySQL, as that's what the host i'm using have given me.

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  Reply # 375963 2-Sep-2010 20:18
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I've just started playing with Websitebaker A pretty simple CMS. I think it has the mySQL and php that you want.




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  Reply # 376205 3-Sep-2010 12:00
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that looks pretty cool, thanks. Gives me a bit more control over my content

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