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PeterPap says

Hi, I’m not very experienced in websites, but I have built about 7 (still a beginner) I will be purchasing a HTML , CSS site on themeforest and then I will be customising it for a friend. There will be about 30 photos on the site, where you click and the image opens larger.

My friend wants to be able to upload photos and change text.

What I need is a simple CMS system so I can train them on doing this.

I use dreamweaver cs3 for creating and updating sites. My friend will not have this, so a simple method is needed.

Thanks in advance for your help. Cheers Peter

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ThemeBlvd says

Seeing as how there are so many photography Wordpress themes already on Theme Forest, maybe you want to go with Wordpress. That would be an easy way to solve your CMS problem.

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Ivor Envato team says
Seeing as how there are so many photography Wordpress themes already on Theme Forest, maybe you want to go with Wordpress. That would be an easy way to solve your CMS problem.

+1 – http://themeforest.net/searches?term=photo&type=files ;)

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