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Thread: List of mobile site builders/ CMS - which is the best?

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    Default List of mobile site builders/ CMS - which is the best?

    Have started a list of mobile site builders here http://www.mobyaffiliates.com/catego...te-mobile-site

    So far have the following:

    Wapple

    Mobisitegalore

    Xtgem

    Peperonity

    Winksite

    Mobify.me

    phn.me

    Are there any others we are missing - which do you think are the best?

    Personally I rate mobify if you have an existing web site already, wapple is pretty good if you are welling to pay. Views?

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    Excellent thread starter James! There are many people out there who simply don't know how to create mobile optimised site(s) this will help them out a lot!

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    Drupal is great. I have many mobile website done with drupal.

    dees.mobi
    poms.mobi
    livestock.mobi
    canines.mobi

    and many more.

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    when I start to create mobile sites .. I use http://wen.ru (I made many sites using my phone)
    Some FREE CMS :
    Wap-Motors - http://visavi.net
    JohnCMS - http://johncms.com
    www.MobileSites.org Exchange your mobile traffic with other sites

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    Don't forget WordPress, with a mobile plugin...

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    Drupal?!? are you serious ? Would that need some kind of mobile plug in or do you just use basic style sheets/ templates?

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    "Drupal?!? are you serious ? Would that need some kind of mobile plug in or do you just use basic style sheets/ templates?"

    No plug in required .You just build a mobile friendly template style sheet etc.

    On ready a 5/5 score can be obtained with these sites. not that , this score matters any more.

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    wow i never thought of drupal as a mobile CMS

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    Hi Drupal even two years ago had a mobile plugin by default, it just wasn't very good - it did not produce valid code. They should have improved it by now - has anyone tried it lately?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gogo View Post
    Hi Drupal even two years ago had a mobile plugin by default, it just wasn't very good - it did not produce valid code. They should have improved it by now - has anyone tried it lately?
    See post #8

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    Does anyone else have any other links to share? This thread deserves some more imput.
    I'm sure there are many people out there interested in building mobile Optimised websites without the skill/knowledge.

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    I would like to introduce you guys to our site: www.wptap.com
    Mobile plugin solutions for WordPress.
    Get Your Site Mobile-Ready!
    WPtap.com

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    Default Qfuse platform - a decent mobile builder/CMS and QR Code Solution

    RE: Qfuse dot com

    If I may be so bold, allow me to toss my hat into the ring and list a mobile builder/CMS which I think rises above the rest I've tried. Much more "web 2.0" than all the other big ones I've found. Plus - it's FREE!

    Anyway - IMO the best tool out there is called Qfuse - and it's a mobile website builder/CMS AND also a QR Code Generator which links to the mobile website you create. Obviously it's all about experience, flexibility of UI, and personal opinion...so that's my $0.02.

    Oh - and the platform also serves to provide analytics around number of times the site is viewed and the QR code scanned. A pretty cool service overall -- especially since it's FREE. Check it out at www dot qfuse dot com

    They also have a pretty cool cartoon video on the homepage showing how the site works.

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    I would like to introduce you Pligg Mobile at: http://mobilepligg.com
    Last edited by mobileweb; 04-16-2012 at 08:30 PM.

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