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Right back again on March 11 2010 06:01 am
@ Jamy. There is a subcategory patch that have been around for Joomla for long time. If you want something even better you can use it with Jseblod CCK the best of all. http://www.jseblod-cck.com/
HarpGuy on November 22 2009 10:21 am
What is wrong with the people who post around here? Why have they not addressed the ELEPHANT IN THE ROOM where Mia CMS is concerned? Can they not read, right on the front page of the Mia CMS web site that the Mia project is now dead? Gone! Kaput! THE MIA CMS PEOPLE HAVE ALL MOVED OVER TO THE ALIRA CMS PROJECT. Mia is no more. Get a clue, people!
Jamy on October 17 2009 05:12 pm
I don't know Mambo but this CMS looks pretty much like Joomla which doesn't bother me as Joomla is OK. But why copy the bad features. One of them is that you cannot have sub categories and that is really a pain for lots of users including me.
Now Joomla 1.6 will change this and I suppose MiaCMS too but to get more users you should not follow Joomla but be 1 step forward.
Your CMS looks great but you should make it your own.
m2d on June 17 2009 02:51 pm
its joomla LOOOL
Masoksian on January 20 2009 03:49 pm
More thanks for efforts for Mia technichans.
welcome Mia CMS 4.8
ocs on May 27 2008 06:04 pm
@ AgentJennC 'I wonder how easy it is to install and set up MiaCMS . . ' yes, indeed it is. 3 steps, check requirements, enter your db info, choose an admin name and pass... that's it. Also, the installer steps warn you about any potential problems. Grab a copy and try it ;) If you have any questions, you can ask in the forum. -------------------------- @Dexter 2.) They intentionally left the Mambo logo in the old default template, this is in respect to their roots, very few forks do that. They mentioned this in their forums. Correct, we purposely left the old templates in the distro of the first release . There is an unofficial 'replacement template for Borders' going on. Please feel free to check our site for details. http://forum.miacms.org/viewtopic.php?id=45
AgentJennC on May 22 2008 02:00 pm
From my very superficial evaluation of this CMS by simply poking around the default installation on this site, it seems like a very, very nice, feature-ful CMS . . . has the feel of this Open Source CMS named DotNetNuke which is built with VB.NET for the ASP.NET framework. DotNetNuke was a hell to install and set up though . . . I wonder how easy it is to install and set up MiaCMS . . .
Dexter on May 15 2008 12:03 pm
nope, you are incorrect in both points. 1.) The panel does not look like Mambo, different theme, different menus. Also, I guess you have not tried validating it using W3C validator yet huh? and compare the results as what you will find with Mambo? big difference there fella.. 2.) They intentionally left the Mambo logo in the old default template, this is in respect to their roots, very few forks do that. They mentioned this in their forums. next time, do research before you comment.
andy on May 15 2008 06:29 am
seems miacms will need a strong designer too. the demo site is too plain
Ryan on May 13 2008 07:25 pm
Not at all special. Admin panel looks exactly like Mambo. They even forgot to remove the Mambo logo in the frontend.
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