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Old 01-30-2005, 03:43 PM   #1
fturcic
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Php-Nuke, Mambo or...? (web content management software)


I am in the middle of researching what web content software is available for me to use to develop odd websites/website portal. I am aware of Php-Nuke and Mambo and wanted to ask user experience for these and any other software that you may have used. I will be running the software on a RH9 box with Apache 2 and MySQL will be hosting the database.
 
  


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