CMS system freeway pro

Hi,

Can anybody recommend a good, easy to use CMS system that integrates easily with FW Pro?

Thanks

James


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I’d like to add that I have no knowledge of php, mysql etc - I am looking for something that is WYSIWYG like FW Pro


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Hi James,

Three different CMS Actions can be found on the KnowledgeBase here <http://www.softpress.com/kb/search.php?query=cms

. Take a look at the accompanying literature and also the CMS
homepage’s to get an idea of which one would be most suited to you.

Joe

On 27 Nov 2007, at 10:17, lfcredbird7 wrote:

Hi,

Can anybody recommend a good, easy to use CMS system that integrates
easily with FW Pro?

Thanks

James


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James,

Try Max’s WebYep actions at http://www.max-izzat.co.uk/actions.php

Very good, and easy to use. We’ve got lots of good client feedback also because of its simplicity for the end user

On 27 Nov 2007, at 10:17, lfcredbird7 wrote:

Hi,

Can anybody recommend a good, easy to use CMS system that integrates easily with FW Pro?

David Owen
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I have Actions for a couple of different systems at my site.

http://t2studios.com/freeway

(Joe Billings’ post above seems to be missing a link, at least on the web version. You can find it on the SoftPress home page in the column on the left, but here it is http://www.softpress.com/kb/search.php?query=cms&submit=Go )


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On 27 Nov. 2007, 12:55 pm, Joe Muscara wrote:

(Joe Billings’ post above seems to be missing a link, at least on the web version. You can find it on the SoftPress home page in the column on the left, but here it is http://www.softpress.com/kb/search.php?query=cms&submit=Go )

Looks as thought Joe started off the link with a left-caret, but didn’t balance it on the right. I’ll have to look at the regular expressions that catch links and see if I can make them less picky. I have the OReilly Owl book http://www.oreilly.com/catalog/regex3/index.html, and it does make a marvelous bit of bedtime reading…

Walter


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Hi James there are a few easy off the shelf systems that I know of and they have all been mentioned above.

But basically if you dont know anything about databases or Mysql then I would recommend either: WebYep or Minicms.
Both are easy to us and are easy for the end client too. have a look at both including the online demo and you should get an idea of whats involved and how they integrate into freeway.

online demo are at:

http://minicms.eu/home.html

kind regards max


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Hello,
I need to make a simply CMS to post some file (typically pdf) in a reserved area of my web site, so I’m looking for a tool that works with Freeway. I know there is joomla etc, but I dont’ know to use it, so I’d like to use Freeway if possible.
Do you think these actions would be useful for me?
Or do you know other actions or tools that would be useful?

Thank you in advance.

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I’ve used WebYep for two sites now for clients who have little to no knowledge of anything web/html related and they have handled adding content quite well.

It’s pretty easy to setup and can be integrated into most designs (I’ve used both with a box model site design, but have added a few features to an older site (not box model, just regular old basic Freeway design) and that has worked too).

And you have Max and others on this site to ask questions to if you get stuck.

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Remember that if you just want to upload PDFs with a FW doc then you can use the Link to PDF action.

The reserved part of the site is best handled server side using the hosting CPanel (Password Protect Directories) - you can just create a sub folder within your FW doc and once uploaded use the Cpanel to protect it.

PPD

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Thank you for reply
I have an hosting on aruba and they don’t allow to use CPanel, so I have to use other method. I try to see WebYep.

Do you know if WebYep allows to make some users (with a ID and password access) and lets me to make a private page for them, where they can also download and see a file (like pdf, doc or image file)?

Thank you
Andrea


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Webyep is a great way of CMS, and a wonderfull actionset from Max, ( who is alway’s generous with support and help)
Dan Jasker also has a great set of screencasts on how to implement the actionsets.

As alternative i have found Pulse also very nice, easy to use. A free basic option that has its limits, but also good with FW. ( thanks to the people here)

But if you want to make the most out of FW and cms… i personaly like WYep best.


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they don’t allow to use CPanel, so I have to use other method.

Do you have access to the server because you can create a password protected folder using an htaccess file.

This file would be placed in the folder you want to protect - and should do the job for you.

Here is an overview of how to create it Comprehensive guide to .htaccess- password protection

WebYep itself only allows you to create user editable pages - not content protected.

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You can add the secure realm stuff without cPanel, but it’s a lot
harder. Find out if you have secure shell access to your server (ask
the hosting provider) and if you do, I can point you to some tutorials
about using shell commands to do the password security thing.

Walter

On Apr 16, 2011, at 4:25 AM, Andrea Confente wrote:

Thank you for reply
I have an hosting on aruba and they don’t allow to use CPanel, so I
have to use other method. I try to see WebYep.

Do you know if WebYep allows to make some users (with a ID and
password access) and lets me to make a private page for them, where
they can also download and see a file (like pdf, doc or image file)?

Thank you
Andrea


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