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In Episode 047 of the WELSTech podcast the discussuion topic is open source Content Managment Systems, and we've added pages to this wiki for each of the systems we discussed. Use the left menu (under the Church Web Sites topic) to explore and add your own impressions of the system you use.

The Content Management Systems section of this wiki exists to help WELS congregations determine the most suitable web software solution for their church or school web sites. Use the sub-page links in the left menu to explore various software options.

Comparing the available software



(Note: The information on these pages was contributed by various church workers involved with and supporting web sites for their congregations or school. WELS does not endorse all the content here so please approach the information as you normally would when using the web.)





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RodMartin Above link is incorrect 1 Sep 9 2010, 6:15 AM EDT by welstechtrainer
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please go to: http://www.navigatetomorrow.com/blog/web-design/trying-to-pick-your-next-cms to download the presentation.

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