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    Joomla is the best, they got lots of component, module and plugin. But if you want to make your own cms, you have to learn some coding. Better use your own code than the other developer. It's good for you. I give you some suggestion on this..

    - Learn PHP and MySql
    - Have to know some basic HTML and CSS
    - Use your own idea
    - See some Tutorial from others developer site, forums, youtube etc.
    - Use Open Source Framework like CodeIgniter, Joomla etc.

    How about ASP.NET CMS?

    Well, my experience, ASP.Net also good for make cms, but their cost too expensive. Just some advices, learn what you want to learn, do not push yourself on this. I'm studying this course, and this language make me lots of trouble, but practice makes perfect right?

    Good Luck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bincly View Post
    - Learn PHP and MySql
    - Have to know some basic HTML and CSS
    - Use your own idea
    - See some Tutorial from others developer site, forums, youtube etc.
    - Use Open Source Framework like CodeIgniter, Joomla etc.
    Totally agree with you

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    Quote Originally Posted by bincly View Post
    - Learn PHP and MySql
    - Have to know some basic HTML and CSS
    - Use your own idea
    - See some Tutorial from others developer site, forums, youtube etc.
    - Use Open Source Framework like CodeIgniter, Joomla etc.
    Totally agree with you...

    For me joomla the best cms out there,
    wordpress good also but the support is average(my opinion though..)
    Anyway it's more toward blog though.

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    Joomla is full of plugins and modules... and this will surely help you a lot.
    you can use joomla for your private or business portal...

    For me, it's just so simple and perfect compared to other cms...
    I use Joomla...

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    in my opinion, the best CMS script is: Silverstripe
    Innovative open source CMS and framework

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    in my opinion, the best CMS script is: Silverstripe
    Innovative open source CMS and framework

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    Well in my opinion to make CMS you need a knowledge of HTML, CSS and at least 1 server side programming which can be either:

    • PHP(the most well know-IMO)
    • Perl/Cgi
    • Ruby on Rails
    • ASP
    • other server side programming which I dont know lol


    Then depending to the CMS type that you want to create(either flat file or database driven), you need the relevant knowledge such as database for database driven(MySQL,PostgreSQL etc). As for flat file, it will be anough for you to know a basic file handling or manipulation in UNIX/LINUX/WINDOW depending to your own server OS.

    But honestly I think it is better to use the available CMS such as drupal, joomla, wordpress(eventhough it a blog but it can be used as a CMS too with a little tweak). etc. Like other said, why you need to reinvent the wheel when its already there?

    Cheers

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    cool tips! was hoping for someone to ask this!

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    Quote Originally Posted by budakhs View Post
    Well in my opinion to make CMS you need a knowledge of HTML, CSS and at least 1 server side programming which can be either:

    • PHP(the most well know-IMO)
    • Perl/Cgi
    • Ruby on Rails
    • ASP
    • other server side programming which I dont know lol


    Then depending to the CMS type that you want to create(either flat file or database driven), you need the relevant knowledge such as database for database driven(MySQL,PostgreSQL etc). As for flat file, it will be anough for you to know a basic file handling or manipulation in UNIX/LINUX/WINDOW depending to your own server OS.

    But honestly I think it is better to use the available CMS such as drupal, joomla, wordpress(eventhough it a blog but it can be used as a CMS too with a little tweak). etc. Like other said, why you need to reinvent the wheel when its already there?

    Cheers
    Totally agree, use available CMS like Joomla and wordpress is fast track to build CMS. Those CMS is ready with million plugin and fixed lot bugs, it reduce our effort to create from scratch.

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    Building one might be possible.. but to maintain from loop hole and security issue is the problem.

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    If you know wordpress then you can use it for CMS that is for sure..also you can use some simple cms for small website like COMPACT CMS ..just google it and u will get url..

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    Hi, John Farrell
    build your own CMS?
    It's use php or any programming in back-end for add post , remove post , delete post , edit post etc
    Adobe Dreamweaver CS5 can help you less effort.

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    Just try Joomla...
    Definitely the best CMS for another 10 years...

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    Thanks for all the suggestions. When people ask why you need to reinvent the wheel when it's already there? My answer is simple: personal interest and part time hobby. Anyway, I have found some expert to do that and the website project almost completed. Am satisfied with it ^_^

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    So, is it open source CMS or for commercial used only.
    Looks interesting. Try citer sket bro...

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