Armadillo CMS

I continue to be mightily impressed with the Armadillo content management system for RapidWeaver, in particular, the way in which it effortlessly maintains the appearance of the non-Armadillo pages. This blog is created in Armadillo, the old one in Armadillo. Apart from intentional changes to the treatment of tags in the sidebar, they are virtually indistinguishable.

 

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media upload in Armadilloeditor window in Armadillo

 

I'm just starting to get to grips with Armadillo but it really is a fantastic piece of work - a content management system built from the ground up to be used with RapidWeaver. Above you can see screen shots of the media upload page and the editor window.

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