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CMS made for Marketing, but built for Geeks! Free and open sourced PHP based CMS. Try it at: www.concrete5.org/demo
PyLucid is a Open Source web content management system written in Python using the Django Framework. Some PyLucid Features are: * fully customizable output * expandable with plugins * some built in plugins: weblog, OpenStreetMap, lexicon, RSS, tag navigation, Table of contens ... [More]
A full featured web application framework with an advanced object-relational mapper, complex method hooking functionality, an advanced package management system, and MVC architecture. It emphasizes speed and flexible/extensible structures. Pines sports an advanced package manager which makes ... [More]
Novius OS is a Cross-Channel Open Source content management system (CMS). Being designed as an applications platform, it helps users to easily manage all digital-communication-related data from one single interface: websites, newsletters, mobile and tablets applications, product catalogues or social media.
ACP3 is a highly customizable and easy to use web content management system based on PHP5 and MySQL. Features: - Completely module based - Valid HTML 5 and CSS 2.0 output - low barriers for disabled people - Automatic generation of breadcrumbs to improve usability even further - Secure: ... [More]
aidiCMS is alternative on using Content Management SystemAssigned for blog or custom CMS. also can be customized for advertising website. Easy of use and one time base configuration only. Licensed under GNU General Public License v3. Please check changelog.txt on howto using function that included ... [More]
Get rid of boring code! This is intended as a repository (not a CMS!) of good tools for quick website development based on Django that can be used separetedly or out-of-box. It is intended to use as a start for your own website and not necessarily as a standalone one. This includes useful ... [More]
Webskine is a simple and fun weblog. It uses AJAX calls — actually, asynchronous JSON requests — to create, edit and delete posts in place. Most of the functionality comes from Paste, Cheetah and simplejson (on the server side) and jquery and TinyMCE (on the client side).
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