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08-Aug-2008, 05:38 PM #1
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Hi Tech guys,

Am Hitesh trying to create a website by using cm4all but not really sure who and what type of website creative website can i create and now i have the basic knowledge of using the tool but the question is how creatively can i create the website

so the question is is there any tutor or a website in which we can see what kind of website can we create by using cm4all
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09-Aug-2008, 11:12 PM #2
Ive never heard of cmforall --
You will be very limited to what you can make with a "Site Builder" application.
You could try setting up a WordPress and Downloading a Template, it doesn't take much but everyone does it and calls themself a webdesigner!
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12-Aug-2008, 04:24 PM #3
Thank you
Cool i will definitely check with that and implement it
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12-Aug-2008, 04:51 PM #4
I have some experience with cm4all. I would NOT recommend it. I would definately DEMAND you move away from it!

I have had 5 clients come ot us to get their sites fixed as the cm4all provides very poor layouts, bad code, unfriendly urls and very little support.

As jream said try one of the free softwares avaialble:

b2evolution
Nucleus
WordPress

Content Management
Drupal
Geeklog
Joomla
Mambo Open Source
PHP-Nuke
phpWCMS
phpWebSite
Post-Nuke
Siteframe
TYPO3
Xoops.

I would recommend joomla, drupal or wordpress.

If you have the budget you could pay a "REAL" web designer to do it (good point jream )

Then again if you have no budget and don't want to play with wordpress, you coudl try something realyl basic like google pages or in built site builder like ClickBe. We use it on our hosting and a lot of people find it very handy.

Harry
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