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Hey all

I'm working on a new website (about Macs), and want an easy way to upload my website content. I've looked at content management systems easily (including XML-RPC interface throgh WordPress or TextPattern, for example), but I decided I really don't want the 'blogging' kind of thing, or huge CMS frameworks. I just want a simple software.

The design is very simple. It's got a bunch of categories (about 4) to which I'll want to add content. I maintain uniformity by using PHP, so I'm basically just editing content. (Design elements are included).

I'd really just like a software that lets me access my website on my server (through FTP) and let me edit pages. Something like Macromedia Contribute, but free would really be nice. Any ideas?

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Hey all

I'm working on a new website (about Macs), and want an easy way to upload my website content. I've looked at content management systems easily (including XML-RPC interface throgh WordPress or TextPattern, for example), but I decided I really don't want the 'blogging' kind of thing, or huge CMS frameworks. I just want a simple software.

The design is very simple. It's got a bunch of categories (about 4) to which I'll want to add content. I maintain uniformity by using PHP, so I'm basically just editing content. (Design elements are included).

I'd really just like a software that lets me access my website on my server (through FTP) and let me edit pages. Something like Macromedia Contribute, but free would really be nice. Any ideas?

An early thanks for the help
try nvu.com i think it is NVU is basically a free macromedia contribute.
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Tried that. A great piece of software (open source being the best part). Except, it seems to crash quite a lot (being in pre-release stages). Will keep an eye on it.

Coming to think of it, maybe I can pull it off with TextWranger.

Any other suggestions? FTP synchronizing wouldn't be bad either. A website versioning software would be a great tool here
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