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iHolyBliss
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Hey, For a long time now i’ve allways wanted to be able to buy a very unique CMS /Blog, Theres none around and I’m kind of tired of Wordpress, I think if one or maybe a group of you guys got together and developed a custom CMS /Blog for ThemeForest shop, What do you think?

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revive
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Check out expression engine… if you want to pay for a CMS /Blog platform.. or Drupal, Joomla or Wordpress if you don’t ..

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iHolyBliss
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expression engine doesnt look very good…

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mrjasmin
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Whats the point with creating a new cms ? Maybe you want some features that wordpress cant offer you ? Otherwise it´s like reinventing the wheel, stuupid and waste of time.

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iHolyBliss
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No reason to get mad, Just a idea…?

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mrjasmin
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No reason to get mad, Just a idea…?

I´m not mad. The idea is good, but I wonder why you want a new custom cms ?

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CraigSnedeker
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My friend is making one. Limecore.net. Beta isn’t out yet. Gonna be cool :D

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jonatanfroes
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I’ve developed my own cms. It’s simple and my clients love it!

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CreativeMilk
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Whats the point with creating a new cms ? Maybe you want some features that wordpress cant offer you ? Otherwise it´s like reinventing the wheel, stuupid and waste of time.

I totally agree

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JeffreyWay
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In my opinion, the only reason to write your own CMS is:

1) You want to learn how to do so. It’s a fantastic learning tool.

2) You want the code to be 100% yours. I can completely understand this, and have done so myself.

Otherwise, use one of the fantastic offerings around the web.

P.S. ExpressionEngine is quite good.

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