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roodper says

Hey Guys, Recently one of my client asks me to make a website for him, but I’m not sure what CMS should i go for it. I’ve been looking for it all over the internet but I haven’t find anything special. :crying: My clients wants to make a website that shows every single store or shop that is available in his mall. It needs to have at least single page for each shop. And also have a form so every new shop be able to add his custom page on website.

So is there any CMS that i can refer to ? I know i can build it from scratch but that would last a year for me :D

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TheRedGiant says

There’s plenty of good CMSes, but it sounds like your requirements could be easily accomplished with Drupal with zero coding.

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tsafi says

+1 for Drupal , I don’t know about that zero coding but Drupal start becoming huge over the internet

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roodper says

I agree with Drupal, but is there any easier CMS ? that only created for such this job ? :D

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tsafi says

In most case any custom cms required some 3 part like php, mysql atc, there are some fix pattern you can buy over the web with cms but first you need to defined to me what is easier cms :P …personally i am not a fan of cms as it strict you to some pattern design and on the long run if a user want to change stuff from base up you better start all over again in some case.

If it’s a shop there are stuff you can buy over the web to make your life easy but the core installation will be done be a pro ,or someone who know what he is doing with cms.

Drupal 7 is great platform but WP hold the crown right now …

Most cms concept are the same maybe Wolf CMS will do it for you? but hey….. shortcuts are not my thing

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WPWiseOwl says

Drupal is good for non-technical client sites IMO . Joomla is bit easier but can still be too much in many instances. I’ve found that WP is typically much better for the average client. I try not to select a CMS based solely on how it will do the job for me but also how easily it will be for the end-user to maintain / administrate. WP has proven to reduce unpaid hand-holding time after site launch more than other. ;-)

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