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aldivmv

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What CMS does coppermine work with
« on: September 18, 2005, 08:20:21 pm »

Hi,

I have heared, that coppermine can be integrated into a cms.
What cms does coppermine work with? I am looking for a very easy to use cms.

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aldivmv
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Re: What CMS does coppermine work with
« Reply #1 on: September 19, 2005, 09:25:44 am »

Coppermine comes with bridge files that allow it to interact with other apps that have user authentification. Most of those so-called bridges have been created for bulletin board systems, but there are some that work with CMS/portals as well (like Mambo and Xoops). You have to decide what level of CMS you need, there are millions of options.

My personal recommendations (not an official list):
  • cpg1.3.4 with the miniCMS hack to be found in the mods section
  • cpg1.4.x with Mambo (currently cpg1.4.x goes unsupported though)
  • cpgnuke aka dragonfly (not directly related to the coppermine standalone) -> http://cpgnuke.com/
  • WordPress with cpg hack
Please note that there are many other options, this is just what I'd suggest, depending on your skill level and what you need in a CMS - ease of use is only one aspect.
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aldivmv

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Re: What CMS does coppermine work with
« Reply #2 on: September 19, 2005, 09:12:50 pm »

Hi GauGau,

thank you for your suggestions. I will try minicms. That sounds like one that fits my very basic needs.

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aldivmv
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