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In addition to my eve community, my website has plain content pages. I'd like to start using some type of content management for the plain pages on my website. Preferably letting a limited group of users update, edit, and add new pages, images, etc. to the site. Is anyone doing this now, and if so, what type of software are you using, and how easy was it to set up and configure in the eve hosting environment. I'm on an ALKI plan at the moment, but would update plans to accomplish this, particularly if there was some product that had some level of setup and support from the eve folks, and if it used the eve logins, even better!
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I don't want to give lots of people access to the web services control panel.

I have static pages, that sometimes need updates. I'd like people who aren't me to do them. Not really blogs so much, but I'll look at those two anyway, just in case they would work.

I just want to make it possible for users I pick to update pages that aren't in the forum, but are plain boring html pages. Thanks for the suggestions, hopefully I'm not the only one doing this sort of thing in an EVE environment.
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sorry, but i looked at livecloud channels. it has a huge banner at top and bottom that basically is an ad for livecloud. my site users are accustomed to an ad free experience. additionally, you can't rename the menu items (instead of summary, i'd put in a home page) and you can only add one additional menu item. my site is hundreds of content pages, plus an EVE community. We love EVE. The forums on livecloud don't look as nice. I did the demo, it wasn't for me. I'd rather have joomla or something of that sort, but it doesn't feel as if that would be doable on the EVE hosting platform. It doesn't look like there is easy support for additional products to be added easily, or to get help with them if they could be added.
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