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T00N Posted - 05 Nov 2008 : 20:24:50
If you just want to give your customer the opportunity to change text on their pages:

www.cushycms.com
Very easy to use. Only thing against it is that you have to provide them your ftp login name and password.

www.zimplit.com
Just three files you have to put on your server.
Change some chmod settings and you're done.

www.typeroom.com
Online service to change your pages.
You can change them instantly ( you have to give them ftp username and password) or you can dowload the changed files.

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T00N Posted - 06 Nov 2008 : 16:03:56
Oke thanks, I just might give it a try.
joneq Posted - 06 Nov 2008 : 15:48:09
I never really tried it,but on the link from above it says


Simple to use

No database
No programming knowledge
Super-quick to install and set up
Quick & simple AJAX-powered interface
Specifically designed for

web designers and developers
who understand some HTML
who need to create sites very rapidly
that can be easily & quickly updated by clients with minimal training









T00N Posted - 06 Nov 2008 : 07:45:29
CMS from scratch looks like a good CMS but is different from the ones above.

It works with a database where the others only change the text of the pages you've created in DHE.
joneq Posted - 06 Nov 2008 : 03:14:42
I saw this one a while ago while i was looking for a book on webdesign

http://cmsfromscratch.com/
siemens Posted - 05 Nov 2008 : 22:28:46
Thanks Toon, very interesting, I was looking for this for one of my customers, I will do some investigation for the one I will use..

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