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Re: [K12OSN] Drupal or Joomla



we use Joomla as well, for several schools.
it's easy to install (with yum or apt-get) and then quickly configure via a web-browser.
students and teachers are easily tutored to use it, it has lots of components and templates to expand it.
it starts very basic and it can be expanded quickly :-)


On 7/3/07, Kari Matthews <karisue gmail com> wrote:
I use Joomla more than Drupal.  My school site is www.stmaryswestville.com/school

and other sites I have made w/ Joomla include:

www.shicksupply.com
www.womens-careclinic.org
www.helpministriesinc.org

and if you want to see more, I can send you other examples.

I like using it at school b/c teachers can update their own pages.

~k





On 7/3/07, Travis Smith < tsmith geneseeschools org> wrote:
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Anyone using Joomla or Drupal content management system for a production
site? Would love to see how it turned out for you. I have been playing
with Joomla and seems pretty nice, was thinking about buying a 40$
template and see what the outcome looks like. Then I started reading
about how much more powerful drupal is but also more complicated. Anyone
care to give their opinion on the systems or think I should stick with
doing it in Dreamweaver? Thanks Travis.

http://drupal.org/
http://www.joomla.org/
http://www.compassdesigns.net/professional-joomla-templates.html


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