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[Discuss] Small website, non-technical users: Joomla, Drupal, or WordPress? (Solved)

(Apologies, I saw this thread after the discussion about exporting and
converting MediaWiki.)

Since you're going with regular HTML, I'd recommend taking a look at the
"HTML5 Boilerplate" setup.

It's not a framework, but rather the basic elements to get professional
results right away.

~ Greg

Greg Rundlett

On Tue, Jan 7, 2014 at 6:46 PM, Bill Horne <bill at> wrote:

> On 1/6/2014 11:30 PM, Bill Horne wrote:
>> Thanks for reading this.
>> I'm a member of the Big-8 Board, which decides what Usenet groups are
>> created and deleted.  We have both technical and non-technical members, and
>> we've been using MediaWiki for the board's website (
>> until now, but we have to move the site to a new server which doesn't offer
>> it.
> Thanks to all for your help: I've just gotten off the phone, and the
> decision has been made to go in a different direction. We have a volunteer
> who wants to learn "native" HTML, and so we'll be setting up a "static"
> site without a CMS.
> I appreciate your time and advice.
> Bill
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> Bill Horne
> William Warren Consulting
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