I used to be a web programmer originally so the below is more technicaly detailed.
This is the template: [url removed, login to view]
Sorry, the examples are in Hungarian but the text is not important.
I would like to be able to add a WYSIWYG editor to it. That is all on this task. However, later more to come.
Basically, I would like to be able to move this template to a directory. E.g. "/john/index.php". Where if [url removed, login to view] (or similar) is called the user can edit the page content and can also upload pictures to the page. The pictures are also stored in this /john directory.
A simple and easy to use WYSIWIG editor is all that is needed with support to enter HTML code. No need for a fency and slow to load one. However, it should enable adding pictures/movies easily to it.
The uploaded files (like pictures) should be placed - let say into /john/uploaded directory.
I would appreciate if we would be able to let end-users create something like this page: [url removed, login to view] , however, "easy of use" is more important than to enable users to add graphical boxes like the ones on this page, etc.
This is my first time writing this type of request so I appologize if this is not well-written enough. Anyway, I am more looking for not just a solution for the above but a person I can also work with in the further developments. I don't have much free time so I would appreciate if you could upload a demo on some server to show me.
Later, there are plenty of more things to be added to this "hosting solution". Such as user registration, some workflows, forums, searches, dynamically choosing template for the page being developed, etc. But let see about that later.
I was considering using some PHP content management system such as Joomla or Typo3, as they are available in most European languages. However, I am more aiming at a "hosting style" solution and possibility of workflow support, easy of use, etc. And in this way these content management system are not that useful anymore.
P.S. Please, don't use database, content is to be stored as an include file located in the same directory.
Sorry, I am on holiday so I will only follow you up later on this.