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Which Content Management System (CMS) should I use?

I want to use a simple cms for a one page photography portfolio. Here are some screenshots of the website: homepage

and interior page

Basically I have just to insert a thumbnail image for index and a specific page for each thumbnail that contains a title a description and some images. I don't want to use Wordpress, I think is too much. Could you recommend me some other cms for this type of portfolio?

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marked as duplicate by danlefree Feb 14 '12 at 2:16

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That's not a one page portfolio. What you describe clearly uses many different pages. I'm also not sure what you mean by WordPress being "too much".

However, there are CMSes more appropriate for the style of website you described. Static CMSes designed for small sites offer more flexibility in site structure, though the more flexible/extensible ones require more manual editing and are much less user-friendly than WordPress, at least during the setup and initial learning curving.

Still, these might suit you better:

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I know visually isn't a one page portfolio but what I'm trying to say is that this website is Ajax driven and basically is just one page for editing – Alecs Jan 10 '12 at 0:05

You don't need any CMS for that you can use New HTNL 5 with jQuery to achieve this. Search Google for jQuery and you will find lot of resources.

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Telling people to Google is not an answer. Provide links to actual resources. If you think the question's weak enough to dismiss, then just vote it down. – Su' Jan 10 '12 at 18:50

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