Hey all. My son has been in a Cub Scout pack now for 3 years and I am a leader. The year my son started the guy who had been taking care of their website moved and since I knew "something" about computers and the web I got the job. It was originally on DotNukeNet which was pretty good and was easy to use. But then it got really unstable and would be down for days at a time and GoDaddy couldn't give us an answer since the guy installed it himself and didn't use their installer. Anyway, I just created a simple web page with the specifics and kept it updated as needed. But the pack is growing (from 12 kids to 50+ in 4 years) and we needed something bigger and better. So I went through the GoDaddy options, read about them and figured Jooma would fit our needs the best. I needed something that could be updated by other leaders besides myself and I needed it to be easy for them to update their own sections. Well, it took me forever to get it working right. The learning curve was HUGE. I must have put 80+ hours into it before it felt like I could make it public which I finally did today. I'm fairly happy with it. It's neat and clean and the other leaders have already logged in and are updating their own sections. But fuck. To get to this point was maddening. Would something like Wordpress have been a better option? Can different people have their own logons to update separate sections using that software? I'm hoping that now that the site is 98% complete I won't have to screw with it anymore and I can just update my section as needed. But if wordpress would do the same as this and is easier to use I could always start making the site there. Just thought I would throw that by you all and see what you think. Thanks.