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  • clubber
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    singletrackworld.com/forum/topic/what-website-cms-should-i-use

    Premier Icon leffeboy
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    fwiw I use godaddy for hosting (there are others of course). When you sign up they have buttons you can click to either install Drupal or WordPress. If you want a blog maybe WordPress is more appropriate. It’s so cheap (5EUR/month) that you should just sign up and try it to see if either WordPress or Drupal work for you, even if you end up going somewhere else in the end.

    Oh, and buy a book of some sort on whichever you pick to get you going. It will save you a lot of farting around to begin with

    The biggest pain with Drupal is keeping on top of the security updates once you have a bunch of modules so you might want to be a bit wary of installing too much

    Premier Icon Cougar
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    For a couple of static pages and a blog, you can’t go wrong with WordPress. They’ll even host it for you for free. Much anything else is overkill for what you need.

    allthegear
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    Have a play on wordpress.com and on drupalgardens.com and see which works how your brain does. Use that.

    Rachel
    (Drupal brain)

    TheBrick
    Member

    I’m in the process of trying to set up a small business and need a website and would like some recommendations for some software to bang on a server to set up a basic website, any hosting recommendations welcome too.

    It only needs to be a place holder / online flyer / some case studies e.t.c with maybe a blog. No e-commerce.

    I’m a developer so happy with config files unix e.t.c but I don’t want to spend too much time on administration as I want to spend my time on my software!

    Drupal always get banded around but it it looks like it may be an over kill?

    TheBrick
    Member

    Thanks guys. Sorry I didn’t relpy last night but I fell asleep!

    sambuka
    Member

    Have a look at this http://virb.com/

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