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Tim Priebe's Blog:
Content Management Systems Demystified
June 02, 2006 @ 06:07:11

In this new post on Tim Priebe's blog, he looks at a variety of the content manage ment system offerings out there on the web today, including several PHP-based options.

The list includes:

  • PHPNuke (general)
  • Drupal (general)
  • Coppermine (images)
  • WordPress (blogging)
  • phpBB (forums)

Tim includes links to all of the resources and screenshots of each package in action. It's interesting to have a summary of some of the more major offerings lined up like this - a good starting place to branch from for other CMS research.

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