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A news publishing system developed in PHP, using MySQL database. Features three layer user access, image and file upload, support for multiple languages, built-in support for additional modules/plugins (RSS, SEO, messages, discussions).
Commercial and free extensions for Joomla!, Wordpress and Magento.
Includes modules for management of site information content, structure, forums, advertising, newsletter subscription, assigning access rights to the user groups, traffic statistics analysis, advertising campaign performance estimation. [Commercial]
Module let users manage content pages for PHProjekt. It uses a directory-based model and role-based security. Features include file upload, user comments and ratings, search facility, WYSIWYG editor, syndication manager, and simple statistics generation. [Open source, GPL]
A feature-rich content management system based on PHP-Nuke, paying particular attention to security and stability. CSS and XHTML compliant based on UTF-8 presentation platform utilizing PHP while supporting a variety of database types including MySQL. [Open source]
Designed for the content management of DB. It is somewhat similar to phpMyAdmin, but is specialized to edit content of the sites and their sections, rather than general purpose data. [Open source, GPL]
Marketplace of responsive HTML5 website templates with CMS for developers. Offers a content management system with commercial reuse rights.
A PHP/MySQL-based content management system. [Open source, GPL]
A WYSIWYG HTML editor Java applet. Now released open source and free. Unsupported software.
Web-based site administration, auth system, self session system, no need MySQL, multi language support for admin pages. [Open source, MIT license]
A solution to content management and web application serving. [Open source]
A content management solution let build and update site using only a web browser. [Free for personal use]
A Content Management System features link functions, search function customization, table fields management, program internationalization, friendly help system and installation script and cheap customization service.
Free, open source CMS based on OpenCart core.
Allows the user to create, manage and easily maintain a website. [Open source, GPL]
A topic driven portal system. Features include news, stories, FAQs, links and files. [Open source, GPL]
Modular open source Community CMS. Offers documentation and the source for download and hosts a developers and community portal.
Open source content management framework. Provides a full WCMS and an API to build complex websites and web applications. Free.
Manager video content engine for media portals. Product, service packages and their prices, demo, user support.
CMS research and consulting, specialising in phpWebSite. phpWebSite tutorials, modules.
Script for creation of a site of portal type. Does not requires any SQL database (all data are stored in text files).
A content management system (CMS) for MySQL and PHP. Providing easy web page creation and management for Microsoft and Mozilla users. [Open Source, GPL].
An open source PHP content management system and framework.
Open source content management system.
A PHP/XML application framework for building groupware Web sites. [Open source, LGPL]
Demo site for open source and freeware based on PHP and MySQL Content Menagement Systems and e-Commerce Systems.
A portal generator allowing an administrable management for publications of information, forums, sharable diaries, FAQs, work flow, file sharing and a mail interface.
A PHP based content management system that allows you to manage your entire site content and news from a single web based interface. [Freeware]
Tool for managing website content or Intranet/Extranet environments. Uses PHP, Javascript and MySQL. Modular code, multi-language support. [Open Source]
A CMS built on the Fusebox 3.0 PHP framework, and mySQL database (using ADODB Database Abstraction layer). [Open source, LGPL]
A system of integrated web applications that includes forums, articles, electronic greeting cards, events and polls. Template based with multi-lingual support.
PHP/MySQL powered content management system developed by Nick Jones. Documentation, add-ons, support forum. [Open Source, Affero GPL]
Delivers on the promise of separating content from code and frees your organization to focus on content. The code, layout, graphics are consistent through every single page. Commercial, license required to remove demo text].
A document management system with integrated editors for HTML, PHP, image, compressed and email files. A permission manager enables you to restrict the access to the shared file system for multiple users in a detailed way. [Open source]
A PHP/MySQL Internet publishing system designed specifically for periodicals such as newspapers and magazines. The system also includes advanced syndication capability. [Open Source, GPL]
Allows to browse and edit local directories on webserver without using FTP. [Open source, MPL]
Open-source content management solution, based on a Big Data (NoSQL) platform and PHP. Include an automatic tool of personalization and recommendation based on behavioral targeting.
An integrated content management and web publishing system is presented with download, documentation, extensions, forum, demo, blog, and services. [Open Source, MPL]
The system offers content scheduling, document management capabilities, check-in/check-out, templates, workflow, versioning, and automatic backups.
A content management system that includes a programming framework. Site includes community support, demo, download, and a blog.
Free, standards compliant, PHP and MySQL driven content management system.
A content management system provides great way for starting own jokes site. Advertising opportunities include banner ads, google adwords, affiliate ads. [Commercial]
A system designed for managing a magazine-related website consisting of several core elements including articles (each article can have 1 associated forum), news items, petitions and forums. SPIP also includes caching features that can save database cycles and is very simple to learn for basic use including full documentation [Open Source, GPL].
CMS that includes support for simple front-end editing, flexible workflow, content versioning, roll-back, metadata, asset based architecture, security and link management. Site offers a support structure and 3 classes of modules: Open Source, Commercial and Premium [Squiz.Net OSLA].
The content management system for all kinds of websites, even weblogs, is presented with features, documentation, downloads and support forums. [Open Source, GPL V2]
A website/ webportal creating system, including forum, newsletter, users manager, download, guestbook, ecommerce modules. [GPL]
Structure and content management system with functionality to run multilanguage websites. It includes WYSIWYG editor for page editing. [Commercial]
A complete set of core services to web applications. Includes an advanced template system, database abstraction and a powerful API to build custom forms with validation.
A blogging tool based on PHP/MySQL platform. [Open source, LGPL] Currently inactive.
A web-based CMS with WYSIWYG editor, can handle any number of sites/pages. Generates static html which can be uploaded anywhere. Works on Windows and Linux, IE and Mozilla.
A PHP based content management system that allows you to manage your entire site content and news from a single web based interface. [Freeware]
A WYSIWYG HTML editor Java applet. Now released open source and free. Unsupported software.
A blogging tool based on PHP/MySQL platform. [Open source, LGPL] Currently inactive.
An open source PHP content management system and framework.
Delivers on the promise of separating content from code and frees your organization to focus on content. The code, layout, graphics are consistent through every single page. Commercial, license required to remove demo text].
A website/ webportal creating system, including forum, newsletter, users manager, download, guestbook, ecommerce modules. [GPL]
Free, standards compliant, PHP and MySQL driven content management system.
CMS that includes support for simple front-end editing, flexible workflow, content versioning, roll-back, metadata, asset based architecture, security and link management. Site offers a support structure and 3 classes of modules: Open Source, Commercial and Premium [Squiz.Net OSLA].
A document management system with integrated editors for HTML, PHP, image, compressed and email files. A permission manager enables you to restrict the access to the shared file system for multiple users in a detailed way. [Open source]
Open source content management framework. Provides a full WCMS and an API to build complex websites and web applications. Free.
Commercial and free extensions for Joomla!, Wordpress and Magento.
The content management system for all kinds of websites, even weblogs, is presented with features, documentation, downloads and support forums. [Open Source, GPL V2]
Open source content management system.
Includes modules for management of site information content, structure, forums, advertising, newsletter subscription, assigning access rights to the user groups, traffic statistics analysis, advertising campaign performance estimation. [Commercial]
Modular open source Community CMS. Offers documentation and the source for download and hosts a developers and community portal.
Open-source content management solution, based on a Big Data (NoSQL) platform and PHP. Include an automatic tool of personalization and recommendation based on behavioral targeting.
Marketplace of responsive HTML5 website templates with CMS for developers. Offers a content management system with commercial reuse rights.
Free, open source CMS based on OpenCart core.
Manager video content engine for media portals. Product, service packages and their prices, demo, user support.
A content management system (CMS) for MySQL and PHP. Providing easy web page creation and management for Microsoft and Mozilla users. [Open Source, GPL].
A system designed for managing a magazine-related website consisting of several core elements including articles (each article can have 1 associated forum), news items, petitions and forums. SPIP also includes caching features that can save database cycles and is very simple to learn for basic use including full documentation [Open Source, GPL].
A system of integrated web applications that includes forums, articles, electronic greeting cards, events and polls. Template based with multi-lingual support.
A topic driven portal system. Features include news, stories, FAQs, links and files. [Open source, GPL]
Tool for managing website content or Intranet/Extranet environments. Uses PHP, Javascript and MySQL. Modular code, multi-language support. [Open Source]
Allows the user to create, manage and easily maintain a website. [Open source, GPL]
PHP/MySQL powered content management system developed by Nick Jones. Documentation, add-ons, support forum. [Open Source, Affero GPL]
A content management system that includes a programming framework. Site includes community support, demo, download, and a blog.
Script for creation of a site of portal type. Does not requires any SQL database (all data are stored in text files).
A feature-rich content management system based on PHP-Nuke, paying particular attention to security and stability. CSS and XHTML compliant based on UTF-8 presentation platform utilizing PHP while supporting a variety of database types including MySQL. [Open source]
An integrated content management and web publishing system is presented with download, documentation, extensions, forum, demo, blog, and services. [Open Source, MPL]
The system offers content scheduling, document management capabilities, check-in/check-out, templates, workflow, versioning, and automatic backups.
A complete set of core services to web applications. Includes an advanced template system, database abstraction and a powerful API to build custom forms with validation.
A content management solution let build and update site using only a web browser. [Free for personal use]
Web-based site administration, auth system, self session system, no need MySQL, multi language support for admin pages. [Open source, MIT license]
Structure and content management system with functionality to run multilanguage websites. It includes WYSIWYG editor for page editing. [Commercial]
CMS research and consulting, specialising in phpWebSite. phpWebSite tutorials, modules.
A PHP/MySQL-based content management system. [Open source, GPL]
A news publishing system developed in PHP, using MySQL database. Features three layer user access, image and file upload, support for multiple languages, built-in support for additional modules/plugins (RSS, SEO, messages, discussions).
A PHP/MySQL Internet publishing system designed specifically for periodicals such as newspapers and magazines. The system also includes advanced syndication capability. [Open Source, GPL]
A content management system provides great way for starting own jokes site. Advertising opportunities include banner ads, google adwords, affiliate ads. [Commercial]
A web-based CMS with WYSIWYG editor, can handle any number of sites/pages. Generates static html which can be uploaded anywhere. Works on Windows and Linux, IE and Mozilla.
Module let users manage content pages for PHProjekt. It uses a directory-based model and role-based security. Features include file upload, user comments and ratings, search facility, WYSIWYG editor, syndication manager, and simple statistics generation. [Open source, GPL]
A CMS built on the Fusebox 3.0 PHP framework, and mySQL database (using ADODB Database Abstraction layer). [Open source, LGPL]
Designed for the content management of DB. It is somewhat similar to phpMyAdmin, but is specialized to edit content of the sites and their sections, rather than general purpose data. [Open source, GPL]
Demo site for open source and freeware based on PHP and MySQL Content Menagement Systems and e-Commerce Systems.
A Content Management System features link functions, search function customization, table fields management, program internationalization, friendly help system and installation script and cheap customization service.
Allows to browse and edit local directories on webserver without using FTP. [Open source, MPL]
A PHP/XML application framework for building groupware Web sites. [Open source, LGPL]
A portal generator allowing an administrable management for publications of information, forums, sharable diaries, FAQs, work flow, file sharing and a mail interface.
A solution to content management and web application serving. [Open source]

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