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Neal Gompa says:
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Enano CMS rocks!  
4.0
   
written about 12 years ago

This CMS is great and flexible. It is very much self-documented, and very easy to use. The AJAX makes it much easier to use by reducing the reloads and refreshes needed to manage the website. The wiki function allows for great flexibility in designing websites, while the advanced traditional CMS functions with HTML are still available for power manipulation of created pages. The plugins available help extend the functionality to cover nearly all aspects of website integration and usage.

It could stand to require less internal reloads to load a page (three times?) but it does it quickly. It currently only supports MySQL, but that seems to be changing. It needs more themes, and the default Oxygen skin is bordering on unbelievably ugly. The lack of integration with any form of forum or blogging system makes it more difficult to synch with to create a unified system on a website. However, Decir and Nuggie seem to be the solutions to this. St. Patty's issues on Internet Explorer is unbelievable, ranging from squished menu items to thrown off alignment of text.

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Neal Gompa says:
Af8a9293484ed04b89081d848929b19a?&s=58&rating=pg&d=https%3a%2f%2fopenhub.net%2fanon80
Enano CMS rocks!  
4.0
   
written about 12 years ago

This CMS is great and flexible. It is very much self-documented, and very easy to use. The AJAX makes it much easier to use by reducing the reloads and refreshes needed to manage the website. The wiki function allows for great flexibility in designing websites, while the advanced traditional CMS functions with HTML are still available for power manipulation of created pages. The plugins available help extend the functionality to cover nearly all aspects of website integration and usage.

It could stand to require less internal reloads to load a page (three times?) but it does it quickly. It currently only supports MySQL, but that seems to be changing. It needs more themes, and the default Oxygen skin is bordering on unbelievably ugly. The lack of integration with any form of forum or blogging system makes it more difficult to synch with to create a unified system on a website. However, Decir and Nuggie seem to be the solutions to this. St. Patty's issues on Internet Explorer is unbelievable, ranging from squished menu items to thrown off alignment of text.

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