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I've used DotNetNuke and its a very good system but to get the fun stuff you need to buy the commercial add-ons which is not always a good idea as DNN do very regular upgrades and the third-party stuff always lags several version behind.

You can easily run multiple sites off a single installation of DNN and the free stuuf should be more than enuff to give you a fairly robust out-of-box solution.

The source code is written in VB - not sure if they do a C# version

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Check this out

http://www.jaenovationcms.com

I have not seen this asp.net CMS before but it seems that is a cutting edge technology. It seems truly complete all in one asp.net cms application that has 30+ built in modules. They also provide you data services so you can access your website content, stores leads, campaign data anytime, anywhere. Company has also provide asp.net ecommerce solutions.

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We use Contensis at my place of work but I wouldn't recommend it at all. It crashes a lot, doesn't work properly in any browser other than IE and sometimes screws up CSS classes. For example: I would set an image to the previously defined "imageleft" to make it float to the left but when I edit the page a bit, it decides to also add the class "sys_clear" to the image for some unknown reason. A class which doesn't exist which wouldn't normally cause a problem but it doesn't put a space between the classes so in the code it looks like class="imageleftsys_clear" meaning it's trying to call a non existent class.

In short: don't use Contensis.

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