[Techtalk] web content management recommendations

Gina Lanik geekgrrl at geekgrrl.priv.at
Wed Apr 6 21:56:44 EST 2005

On Wed, Apr 06, 2005 at 12:39:49PM +0100, Dan wrote:
> My company is looking for a system that allows non-programmers to write 
> web content, then formats it appropriately. I know of several such 
> systems, but can anyone recommend one?
> More specifically, we're looking for a system that allows you to have a 
> menu across the top (the same old stuff: "home", "solutions", etc.), and 
> displays whatever you've selected in a different color (if you're in 
> "solutions", the "solutions" option will be a different color). Does 
> anyone know of a system that handles that type of thing gracefully, 
> without requiring you to write a separate template for each menu item?

If I understood your requirements in the correct way, I can point you to
TYPO3 (http://typo3.org/), a great open source CMS. The website gives a
good overview and there's plenty of documentation available.


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