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    Experienced help needed!!!

    Hi,

    My website www.uni-bible.co.uk is a prospective student website which has a lot of information which changes annually.

    It is all written in source code and uploaded with an FTP. I think it would be a lot easier to use a CMS to handle the changes especially when there is more than one person working on the site.

    Is there a way to make my website able to work on CMS, so same style and functionality etc?

    Thanks,

    Joe

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    Yes, any decent CMS works with templates that are completely customizable to make them look exactly the way you want. Here is an example using Concrete5.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VIPStephan View Post
    Yes, any decent CMS works with templates that are completely customizable to make them look exactly the way you want. Here is an example using Concrete5.
    I agree with you. Concrete5 is good for this problem

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    Wordpress would be an easier solution, a lot more popular and less complex than Concrete5. Get WP, use a good theme and spend some time importing / copy pasting content. Managing content is a breeze with WP.
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    How is Concrete5 more complex than Wordpress? It’s the most user friendly CMS I’ve found so far with functionality built in by default for which you need endless plugins and template customization in Wordpress. Neither is bad, I might say, but it’s not right to say Wordpress is less complex.


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