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Old 12-22-2007, 10:51 AM   #2
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From the web site:
Big Medium is a website editor (or "web content management system") that lets you manage entire websites from your browser. Unlike other content management systems, Big Medium is aimed at web designers and their clients—not developers or CMS ninjas. No programming fu required.
Huh? CMS ninjas? Programming fu?

Since I don't know what that is it's obviously not for me!

(Quite apart from the fact that it isn't open source, of course.)

The basic to intermediate CSS know-how would probably be badly needed though: their homepage's CSS doesn't validate.

   
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