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10th September 2009, 10:41 AM #1
Website Content Management Systems
I'm looking for a new CMS for our public-facing school website, which is nothing to do with the VLE / Parent Portal / Learning Platform.
I know there is Joomla but can anyone recommend the best business-grade CMS, ideally based on .Net rather than PHP? We are looking to be able to delegate to HODs but retain editorial control and to customise widely.
10th September 2009, 11:12 AM #2
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Dot Net Based CMS
The 2 .net based CMS systems that I would recommend would either be:
Dot Net Nuke or possibly SharePoint, depending on requirements & licensing. Either would allow you to delegate responsibilities to other members of staff whilst allowing you to maintain overall control of branding & site management.
11th September 2009, 12:38 PM #3
SharePoint is anothe I agree with as well
Here are some examples of schools.
Thanks to apearce from:
stariq (11th September 2009)
19th May 2010, 02:05 PM #4
Just out of interest, what's wrong with Joomla?
Interested because that's what we decided to go with
19th May 2010, 02:18 PM #5
Personally I find Joomla is overkill for a school website. Not to mention rather clunky and bloated.
I've heard of Dotnetnuke I imagine got the idea from phpnuke, but never used it myself so I can't offer anything more than a name and link
Thanks to painejake from:
19th May 2010, 03:06 PM #6
I've been planning on playing around with MojoPortal as a .net cms
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