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need to find software to have multiple editable pages on web site


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Hi I am trying to find some way of having a site with several hundred pages, each of which
I can edit on a possibly weekly or daily basis fairly easily!.
Also, I am setting up a site as an online gallery for photos and art work and
this would have several hundred pages as well.
Perhaps there is a buyable software, or would I have to get some one to
build the software?
I was thinking I might be able to have loads of internal links on a home page by
setting up categories which you click on and they go to a page which has further
categories and break down the geography of the site in that way so there are not too
many links on the home page. I am concerned that having several hundred pages linked
internally may not work very well in the long run or be very efficient!
Your'e bright ideas and comments would be very welcome and appreciated.

Cheers wifi
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Sounds like you need a CMS (Content Management System), more than an application.

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thanks for your reply mike could you expand on that .It would be most helpful cheers wifi
sounds like a CMS
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Adobe Muse for the online Photo gallery.

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wordpress, there are plenty of photography themes out there for like 40 bucks.

Or, you want to go totally free and some knowledge of setting up wordpress (or have a friend who can) nextGen plugin for photo gallery/albums is grand. (actually many of the photo wordpress themes are based on nextGen plugin)
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There are many CMS are available in market such as Joomla CMS, Drupal CMS, Sugar CRM, X-cart, Magento and many more. Now days Magento is one of the open-source platform used to develop online stores.
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