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Similar to HellsBells' question about accessible shopping carts, is there a CMS that most people prefer to use when setting up sites for other people or do you develop your own?
I've already used Wordpress which I quite like and been thinking about testing Mambo, Drupal & Textpattern but was wondering if people had any experiences that would save me wasting time with ones that weren't any good.

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Hi

I haven't used this so I can't give a personal recommendation but it's advertised on GAWDS and produces valid XHTML so it should be ok.

http://www.qnecms.co.uk/

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I found a few more that all claim accessibility and compliance:

phpWebsite
Plone
Xaraya

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