tony riley Content Scheduling (was: CMS for timed upload & delete)
Aug 04, 2010; 08:40
Content Scheduling (was: CMS for timed upload & delete)
>>> On 4 Aug 2010, at 15:42, Mark Des Cotes wrote: >>>> Thanks Patrice. Unfortunately I don't have that much experience >>>> with PHP and wouldn't know what to do with this. I was hoping >>>> there was a simple option (simple for me that is) such as >>>> CushyCMS or Unify that allows content scheduling (as I've now >>>> learned it's called). I know that Joomla and Drupal offer this >>>> but frankly they both scare me. >>> >>> Not sure about Drupal but no need to be scared of Joomla, I find >>> it quite easy to work with - and it will do the 'publish on date' >>> 'unpublish on date' straight out of the box. >>> >>> I ventured into Joomla from cold and had a small hotel site up and >>> running within a couple of days. There's a very helpful support >>> community as well. >>> >>> Tony R >> >> I was just looking at the Joomla site and I'm a little confused. Do >> you have to purchase Joomla!? I see where you can register for a >> "Free 30 day demo" then it says if you like it you can activate >> your trial account as a paid service but nowhere can I find a >> price. Other parts of the site make it seam like it's a free >> download. >>
The Joomla portal is at http://www.joomla.org/
It is free open source software but there are a few methods they use to try and get you to donate but you dont have to. Seem to remember there is a fee for all the documentation if you decide you want it.
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