Joomla is easy to use and install. My team prefers it to Drupal or
custom. It will do all you asked.
joseph franklyn mcelroy
corporate performance artists
Michael G. Salmon wrote:
> The site is for a solo practitioner's site. The site will mainly contain
> information about the firm, practices and partner. She needs to be able to
> update content herself and wants to post information about the firm that
> potential clients can download (PDFs). I suggested a CMS solution. The
> question remaining seems to be Joomla vs. Drupal vs. Custom Solution. Costs
> and ease of use are the primary considerations.
> Any thoughts?
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