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Bman

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I have been reading and playing around with XAMPP & Drupal for a little while and I can't seem to get anywhere. I thought I would be able to do what I wanted, maybe I can if I spent a long time doing it. I don't even know if I got XAMPP working, how would you know. Anyways..

I want to basically build a website that is built around a CMS. Is there anything better and easier then Drupal (free as well) or does anyone have a better idea for me, a way for me to really get started in this?
 

AllWeatherGal

Not Just for Fair Weather
Political User
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I have been reading and playing around with XAMPP & Drupal for a little while and I can't seem to get anywhere. I thought I would be able to do what I wanted, maybe I can if I spent a long time doing it. I don't even know if I got XAMPP working, how would you know. Anyways..

I want to basically build a website that is built around a CMS. Is there anything better and easier then Drupal (free as well) or does anyone have a better idea for me, a way for me to really get started in this?
I don't know anything about free CMSs, but am starting on a project that will involve huge amounts of content in a CMS and creating the trails in and out.

I usually find it easier to make tool selections based on an identified need, because different tools have different strengths. I've worked with Documentum, SigmaLink ... but here's where I'm starting:

http://www.opensourcecms.com/

:)
 

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