Posts vs. Pages

By Deane Barker on August 1, 2003

CMS Needs:

“Why is it that nearly every open source CMS thinks they should look and act like a clone of Slashdot?”

Agreed. phpNuke, postNuke, phpWebSite — they all look the same. Most CMSs these days are concentrated on the blog-fueled phenomenon of the “post” being the most granular content unit. What about smaller sites that are not a collection of posts, but a collection of pages?

What Links Here


  1. CityDesk is good for this. It will do both automated indices, blog style, or you can use it just like a WYSIWYG client with templating. A good compromise for most people.

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