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dullRAZ0R says

I am curious to find out what cms this designer is using as it looks very flexible. If anyone has any ideas let me know!

http://www.papertower.com/

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Kriesi says

Seems they are using joomla

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mixey says

yeap! it’s joomla

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zigmat says

joomla = no flexible :)

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altinkum says

Joomla

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rblalock says

@zigmat Joomla == Do anything you want

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mozami says

@dullRAZ0R: The site runs joomla. Nice looking site btw.

@zigmat: I agree with rblalock, although it may seem inflexible, its quite easy for people to use and developers to work with – and although it may not be perfect the 4400+ official extensions definitely seems flexible enough to me ;)

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zigmat says
@dullRAZ0R: The site runs joomla. Nice looking site btw. @zigmat: I agree with rblalock, although it may seem inflexible, its quite easy for people to use and developers to work with – and although it may not be perfect the 4400+ official extensions definitely seems flexible enough to me ;)

Maybe, i work with Modx and Typo3. I do not founded it (Joomla) convenient and flexible.

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TPN Staff says

I Love Joomla. I use it for my site.

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rblalock says

Joomla’s template overrides are the best feature

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