tag: cms

  • Stacey Stacey / free

    Stacey is a lightweight content management system. No database setup or installation files, simply drop the application on a server and it runs. Your content is managed by creating folders and editing text files. No login screens, no admin interface.

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    over 5 years ago, by disinfeqt

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  • Kirby CMS Kirby CMS / paid

    Kirby is a file-based cms, easy to setup, easy to use, flexible as hell.

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    over 5 years ago, by disinfeqt

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  • Concrete5 Concrete5 / free

    A zend-based and open-source content management system.

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    over 5 years ago, by arbor

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  • Nesta CMS Nesta CMS / free

    A Ruby CMS for developers and designers. With simple code that's easy to follow, Nesta is easily extended using the Sinatra web framework.

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    over 5 years ago, by lush

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  • ExpressionEngine ExpressionEngine / paid

    A somewhat expensive, robust, and well-respected CMS. Great for when a custom CMS is out of the question.

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    over 5 years ago, by pineapple

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  • Pimcore Pimcore / free

    Pimcore is an open-source powerful and robust web-based content and product information management system for creating and managing any digital contents and multi-channel publishing.

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    over 5 years ago, anonymously

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  • Anchor CMS Anchor CMS / free

    Anchor is a lightweight content management system built for art-directed content, written in PHP5.

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    over 5 years ago, by bertramakers

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  • MODX Revolution Objects MODX Revolution Objects / free

    MODX Objects in detail. One of the best resources on how to retrieve TVs, run snippets or get resources and collections thereof on the web.

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    over 5 years ago, anonymously

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  • Locomotive Locomotive / free

    Locomotive is an open source CMS for Rails. It's super flexible and integrates with Heroku and Amazon S3. Includes custom content types, multiple sites per install, a sexy UI, inline editing, i18n, a RESTful API, and more.

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    over 5 years ago, by Kerrick

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  • CushyCMS CushyCMS / both

    This hosted CMS allows you to add classes to your HTML tags, give CushyCMS your server's FTP information, give your clients an account on CushyCMS, and gives the clients the ability to edit content in the tags you specified.

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    over 5 years ago, by Kerrick

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  • Wordpress Wordpress / free

    The most popular Content Management System in the World

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    over 4 years ago, by imsus

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