We use both Drupal and Contribute on our office.
Our expereince with Drupal hasn't been ideal, but may be due to how
we modified Drupal and not Drupal itself.
On the other hand, we have had a great experience with Contribute.
Contribute works well if you are already using Dreamweaver
templates, the number of editors is small, and there is no need for
content to available in another system. We had high hopes for
InContext editing from Adobe that would esencially Contribute in a
browser - but from what I can tell, Adobe dropped it.
If you want more info, feel free contact me off list.
On 3/29/12 4:48 PM, Ann Nordby wrote:
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type="cite">Can I please have opinions on content management
1. Yes or no?
We are evaluating the benefits of going to a CMS. What
are the chief benefits? We are currently using
Dreamweaver. Would Adobe Contribute suffice if all is going
well with my team of web contributors now?
Does UMContent work well for anyone? It is centrally
supported and free. Any problems with it?
Thank you for your opinions.
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