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I am in the process of building such a product that will allow a non-technical person to create and manage a website. A bit different from a CMS, simpler in design and use.
Do you have or could you make a quick list of basic requirements? Does it need to be like SharePoint and have user lists as well as file posting and sharing? What other prime requirements do you have/need? How will it be used?
You mentioned dashboard, calendar, and event scheduling as what I would call "module" needs. What other modules/module type functionality do you need in a basic product?
This would be good input for this product/project. I could also put you on the beta release when I have a beta ready. It will at least several months though.
C. Grant Anderson - C# Windows and Web and OLAP Cube Development.
I am a newbie on websites but I am looking for a Content Management System that will allow me to give each editor access to a single page, not to the whole site, so they can update their page without affecting anyone elses page (with me as being able to give final OK)
I see references to WordPress, Joomla, and Drupal and have tried to look at the documentation of each but cannot find any information on what I want to do.
Any advice on which system to use to accomplish my goal and how easy it is to do would be welcome.
The wikipedia entry[^] has some basic information and some links. The main site[^] under community and support has some good training material. If you use microsoft then this is worth considering uses SQL server and based on asp.net. There a free modules to cover most requirements, events, forum, document management. All the requirements l have seen in this thread can be met by DNN. There is an active developer community, and plenty of support sites, both free and paid.
Personally l have been using it for over 6 years, and have built sites for both community and commercial use. I have used both Wordpress and Joomula, however l still come back to DNN that is more personal preference l suspect .
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