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I'm looking for a CMS that meets the following specifications:

  • easy to maintain and update
  • content is modified by a variety of users with different kinds of access
  • templated enough to quickly make aesthetically pleasing sites

I have no experience with using a CMS but I have some knowledge in html and object oriented programming.

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closed as not constructive by RobM, Holocryptic, Ben Pilbrow, Iain, Massimo May 30 '11 at 20:18

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Most of what you are asking about is entirely subjective. Regardless, this is off topic on SO. Please read the FAQ. – Oded May 30 '11 at 19:00
This is just as off-topic on Server Fault as it was on Stack Overflow. – Ben Pilbrow May 30 '11 at 20:13
It would fit better. – Karol Piczak May 30 '11 at 20:20

I guess your are talking about CMS for blogs ?

One of the most popular and used is


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Part of it will be blog-esque. Not all of it though. The two that look the most appealing so far are drupal and plone. – Gabriel May 30 '11 at 19:18