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    Senior Member Maverick's Avatar
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    Anyone know a good, free CMS that is easy to integrate with a pre-existing site and is not php or mySQL based?

    ASP based is preferred, but it can be Perl/cg-bin.

    Thanks:classic:
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    Hi.

    I think DotNetNuke is a free CMS for aspx (.NET)

    Link here
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    Didn't someone around here make a CMS? I thought so... In any case, I haven't used it, but I hear Mambo is a cheap solution, is it not?

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    If somebody here made a CMS, it was most likely in PHP (also I believe it was transio).
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    Senior Member Maverick's Avatar
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    Thanx for the replies. I checked out Mambo though, and it too, runs on php/mySQL.
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    Senior Member rosland's Avatar
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    Didn't you check the link I provided?
    It is ASP.NET based (haven't checked if it's available in classic asp.)
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    yea, but i couldn't find where the actually CMS was. There is so much stuff on that site i didnt know where to look.

    Also, I should probably clarify my request, I don't need a full-fledged CMS that basically creates the pages and html for you, all I need is a script of some sort that can used to post news updates to a pre-existing page.
    I found a script that is perfect for my needs, PSnews, on soureforge.net, but I keep getting an error when I try to acess the access database it comes with.
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    Whats a CMS?

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    Senior Member Maverick's Avatar
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    Like the thread name says: "Content Management System", which is basically a means of publishing content to a website, quickly and easily, without editing the code directly.
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    So, its sorta like a File Manager?


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