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I know this post is a bit old but I just want to note that Slash still has some web standards issues.

However Slash's codebase produces invalid HTML. Here are some threads on Slashdot about this very thing. I would be hesitant to recommend Slash until it cleans up its output. There are other CMS type systems that produce valid markup and are just as functional as Slash (tiki,plone ).

If only they would implement the suggestions made in these articles then Slash would truly rock as a CMS.


In reply to Re: The Slash Code Base Has Come a Long Way in the Last 6 Months {Re: Content management system recommendations?} by synistar
in thread Content management system recommendations? by FoxtrotUniform

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