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    A simple cms

    I hope it's OK to post this here, but I've tried so many different CMSs and can't find what I'm looking for.

    I need a simple way for a person to change info just on one page. Every CMS I try is a whole site, all I need is one page, that I can just include on another page that has my template. Ideally it would be a page in a folder so if there is another page I want them to be able to make changes one I could just have that be in another folder with a diff name.

    Can anyone point me to a script that will do something like this?

    Thanx

    edit: Right now I use blogger.com to do this and it works great, except I have to have their logo on each page that I use this, example: http://mjaschool.org/php/news.php
    Last edited by Bryan G; 11-09-2006 at 12:54 AM.

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    Well end of the day CMS's are designed to handle more than one page. But if you are looking for a good CMS I use PHPX.org Its free and has great support!

    Why2k
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    Quote Originally Posted by why2k
    Well end of the day CMS's are designed to handle more than one page. But if you are looking for a good CMS I use PHPX.org Its free and has great support!

    Why2k
    That's just to heavy, it's over 10 megs......if I can't get something smaller I'll try it.

    Thanx

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    yeah it is big, but worth it. I works across most platforms ie: linux and NT. but it is big!! LOL

    I hope you come right
    Live with IT!
    my Site: get-mine.co.za
    My Test Site www.whitelightning.co.za
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    if your looking to edit just a single page at a time you could try something like fckeditor (http://www.fckeditor.net/).

    All you have to do is list the files you want to edit that links to a page that will load your content into an rte (rich text editor). that will allow you to edit your page directly, then just save it.

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