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Published: Mar 02 2014 / 01:30

With the emerging of powerful Flat file CMSes, people starts using them as the platforms for personal and commercial websites. Since there's no longer database involved, flat file CMS is usually lightweight and lightning fast! And the best thing is - setting up a CMS has became remarkably easy.
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lburnham123 replied ago:

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The salient points of the post linked to -on which this article seems based entirely- are fairly ludicrous. Seriously, if setting up a DB is not "an easy task" for you, use hosting that gives you a point-and-click interface for installing web apps such as CMS; that's a fairly standard feature in shared hosting these days. And you're running a root server and setting up a DB seems hard - well, better gets a sys admin, because chances are that the box is set insecurely.

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