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    I know this is under the Drupal section, but is does anyone know of an easy to install/use cms system that we can use to add a simple wysiwyg cms to the CONTENT section of existing websites? I don't need all singing all dancing cms systems which change the menu structures etc - just change the content.

    I want to host the cms on my server - rather than calling up content from the cms company's server. I also want to keep the design flexibility of my current systems rather than having to cram my design into someone's template - hence use CMS as an add-on.

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    Your best bet would be to use wordpress page management, and hack the front-end only to retrieve the content of the pages. Not sure why you'd want to do that though.

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    use get-simple. Its simple and its free. Heres a link:http://get-simple.info/

    this is best suited for what you want to do. If you want to move further into more complicated things use drupal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jj1, post: 184316
    I know this is under the Drupal section, but is does anyone know of an easy to install/use cms system that we can use to add a simple wysiwyg cms to the CONTENT section of existing websites? I don't need all singing all dancing cms systems which change the menu structures etc - just change the content.

    I want to host the cms on my server - rather than calling up content from the cms company's server. I also want to keep the design flexibility of my current systems rather than having to cram my design into someone's template - hence use CMS as an add-on.
    Hi.
    Drupal offers FCKeditor to do this work for you. FCKeditor can replace the default plain textarea fields with a great visual HTML editor. To reach this, you need to install FCKeditor module, which is the most important function to edit the content layout in the Drupal site. It is also called WYSIWYG and means what you see is what you get. See the details at [EDIT: Link drop removed by TheGAME1264]

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    First off, it's now known as CKEditor.

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