View Full Version : Looking for a basic way to manage content (CMS)

03-16-2009, 02:18 PM
Ok, I have installed and tested Drupal and Joomla to no avail.

I dislike the normally phenomenal ability to customize every detail of your content system, but for what I need it's too bulky, too complicated, and not nearly flexible enough for my novice programming skills.

What I am looking for is simplicity and something I can implement with a website that is already developed. The website has less than 30 pages and only a few are ones that have dynamic content.

I need a system that will allow multiple user logins and will direct a content writer to a simple WYSIWYG editor that then posts the updated content to the proper areas.

I don't think I need a full on CMS, just some relatively basic scripts.

I have database access, but would rather use flat files if able.

What do you have for me?

PS: I would like to use the textarea remodeling feature of http://http://wmd-editor.com/download

IF possible.


More details:

There are six total content writers and the site is set up kind of strangely. There is a mainpage at whatever.com that visitors see, articles, about us, bio's, etc.

There is a login script running that the writers go to and once logged in it grants them access to a directory that is a mirror of the public site, from here I want them to be able to go somewhere, copy/paste text and somehow make that text post to the corresponding page on the public site.

Thanks again!

03-17-2009, 06:45 PM