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The solution that suits you depends on many factors, such as the project's projected size, needs of design and navigation solutions, etc. . I can offer everything between handwritten HTML-pages to advanced content management systems combined with an online store for VISA and Mastercard or/and fine grained access control for various levels of local branches.

What all our solutions have in common is that I only use Open Source systems. This means that you don't need to pay for the standard software itself, but rather only the part that really needs to be created specifically for your site as well as the setting up of your site. And because the software is being developed by thousands of individual programmers around the world, you can also be certain that bugs will be fixed a lot faster than what is the case with closed systems.

Some of the systems I can offer are the following:


Joomla! is one of the most used and user friendly Open Source content management systems. It is being used all over the planet by everything from small and personal web page to some of the most visited and complex company web sites. With joomla! you can easily update your site, the deign can be configured according to your needs and several thousand add-on modules give you almost unlimited possibilities. And even if no module exists yet which can fulfill the task you need to get done we can develop this add-on module ourselves.

Typo 3

Typo 3's main strength is that it can take on huge workloads and fine grained access rights. It works especially well for medium sized to large organizations and companies. The fine grained access control lets local branches or chapters as well as different people within the leadership each have access to publish different things on the site. Te site can even spread across several domains, with different layouts. In addition, Typo 3 has a module system hich permits the development of extensions. Also in Scandinavia has the system grown popular in the last few years.


Drupal is being used for sites like personal home pages, blogs and smaller intranet sites but also for larger projects such as dynamic community websites, online newspapers and a lot more. Drupal's focus lies on news and news distribution. If you need a site whose main funtion it is to display various messages/articles, then Drupal might be the thing to look into.


Django is different from the above mentioned systems in that it's not an already half-finished site that one installs and modifies, but rather it is a framework that permits the programming of a site relatively rapidly. Django makes sense if one is trying to create a non-traditional site that makes heavy use of databases. Things such as sites that show statistics in interactive ways and let the user feed further data into the database or ebook management sites can best be programmed using Django and the underlying language python. Just about all web applications can be programmed using Django.