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joriz
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CMS Made Simple is a easy to use CMS. I use it for some of my websites and so do some of my clients. I wonder if this GNU/GPL license could be added to Softaculous.

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CMS Made Simple helps experienced web developers and designers to create
sites of power and beauty in a fraction of the normal time, avoiding
hours of coding and allowing your clients to update their own sites with
a minimum of fuss.
More info: http://www.cmsmadesimple.org/

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joriz
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Is there any update on this great open source  script?


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alons
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Hi,

We had reviewed this earlier and did not add this then as there were more better CMS available.
We will review it again though and if it fits the standards, we will add it.

Regards,
Alons

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Freddo
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Would like to see this software added. Sure, there are more bloated cms's out there, but this one is very simple to use but still does everything most people need.
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joriz
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CMSMadeSimple doesn't have as many options as other CMS and portal systems.
That's why the CMS is easy to use.  It's just a great system if you only want to add/edit pages and maintain a simple news website.


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Freddo
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Quote From : joriz April 10, 2010, 10:54 pm
CMSMadeSimple doesn't have as many options as other CMS and portal systems.
That's why the CMS is easy to use.  It's just a great system if you only want to add/edit pages and maintain a simple news website.
It is underestimated by most people cause it doesn't have as many options as the joomla's and similar. It is fantastic as a simple website editor for newbies, but by including some add-ons you can really make it do almost anything. I run a hosting company and i recommend it over Joomla for all my clients.
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joriz
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Any update on this from Softaculous?

It is weird that we recommend this great system to our clients when it is not available in Softaculous Auto Installer.


Edited by joriz : May 17, 2010, 12:07 pm

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plotin
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Hey, I am happy to go through this. I have come to know more about the CMS. I would also like o use it after reading the reviews about it. I am looking forward to use it since many people have said that it is quite easy. I hope to find it easy. 
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