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PHP CMS Systems
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- Subject: PHP CMS Systems
- From: Gary Smithe <email@example.com>
- Date: Thu, 2 Feb 2006 16:35:49 -0600
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Good day all,
I'm looking at building an asset tracking system via php, and
didn't want to do all the work. I figure one of the CMS systems
(php-nuke and others) must have either an asset tracking add-on that
I'm missing, or are easy enough to add modules to.
Does anyone have any advice for what CMS I should give a serious look
at? I'm not really interested in any features that most of them have,
I just wanted a nice base that supported the multi-level access and
such so I don't have to reinvent the wheel.
Thanks in advance.
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