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Client Website administration script?

I am looking for a script that will allow my clients to login to their website and post and change things on the site that i allow them to. Like a client web administration. I have look for hours and can not find one. But then again may i am looking for the wrong thing. If anyone know of anything please help

Thanks in advance,
Derek Pinkston

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CMS / Wiki

Are you looking for a "Content Management Systems" ... you might want to looking to "wiki" if that's the case, they're very simple to use, you can set it up so that only users with the right password and add/delete stuff from the page. Linking information is also quick.

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Wiki?

When i do a search for wiki it comes up with a lots of stuff. Woudl you have a link you would recommend?

-Thanks,
Derek

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pmWiki
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Anything more userfriendly?

Do you know of anything more user friendly? Like if my clients want to upload a image to a exsisting php file, all the would have to to is uploadimage through the script. My clients will not be able to learn the coding envolved on the pmwiki. Any other suggestions?

THanks,
Derek

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Anyone

Anyone have any suggestions?

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