01-21-2005, 10:28 AM
A non-profit agency that I'm associated with is looking to redesign their website so that they have more control over the content and design. Trouble is, they don't know much about HTML or web editing. Can anyone recommend a good third party solution for web site design and hosting for a non-profit site?
01-21-2005, 04:09 PM
check out phpNuke, asp-Nuke, or dotNetNuke. Any of these solutions are pretty easy to set up and get running, and all can be skinned fairly easily
02-01-2005, 05:48 AM
I agree with Jerry, but if those options don't work well, you may also want to look into Xoops, which I've found if clients get some help with setup and can read some info online, a Xoops site can be a really nice powerhouse and a foundation that scales well if the client sees hits and results.
Of course, depends quite a bit on what this NP association is looking to do, their size, their audience, etc - but here's a link to check it out and see if it seems worth considering... as with Jerry's notes on his suggestions, skins and such are pretty simple - though "simple" is always in the eye of the beholder-coder.
"Though started as a portal system, XOOPS is in fact striving steadily on the track of Content Management System. It can serve as a web framework for use by small, medium and large sites."