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+2 Rehman . · March 2, 2015
I just want different opinions as i want to create a site where multiple "teacher"  account has content managment authority can i get any thing like already present automated thing which can be combined with different accounts or i have to create my own CMS in PHP ?
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+2 Bernard Pyc0d333 Parah · March 2, 2015
i'd go for wordpress everyday...beats them all.
+1 Rehman . · March 3, 2015
i have searched it too and found the same answers, however i came across  cotonti, ayoo and phpwcms i'm currently giving try to phpwcms but haven't decided yet which one to select for my project and also i am butlding a dynamic front end where i am giving the client authority to place the contents of the site as they want them to. so does drupal, joomla allow it too?
0 Bernard Pyc0d333 Parah · March 3, 2015
yea they all do.
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