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  • 1024CMS
  • Absolut Engine is a PHP/MySQL framework built on the basis of a former news publishing system. It features 3 layer access, article posting, editing, and deleting. Included are a basic image and file manager as well as a related articles manager. Rich text editing is provided via a built-in WYSIWYG editor that produces XHTML 1.0 Strict compliant code. It is easy to extend via the module functionality. It is fully configurable and easy-to-use. Modules include discussions, surveys, RSS feed export and import, search engine optimization, a messaging system, weather reports, and Google Maps.
  • AdaptCMS Lite is a CMS that is made to provide complete control of your Web site, ease of use, and easy adaptability to any type of Web site. It’s made easy with advanced custom fields, a very simple but powerful template system, and much more.
  • AIOCP (All In One Control Panel) is a Content Management System (CMS), a professional all-inclusive solution to completely manage a Web site or portal through a user-friendly Web-interface. AIOCP is also a framework for Web application developement and includes e-commerce and e-business modules. It includes all basic and extra modules: CMS, WYSIWYG editor, languages, users, menus, forums, news, newsletter, links, downloads, reviews, awards, chat, polls, calendar, banners, search engine, statistics, online help, system tools, shell, backup, MIME, whois, ping, traceroute, MySQL database management, transcoding, custom modules, code libraries, images, and sounds.
  • AldoContent is a lightweight CMS focused on usability and simplicity. It is designed for multilingual Web sites and can have sections with public and private content. It has file management, is extensible with plugins, and uses gettext for localization. Is written in PHP for a MySQL backend.
  • Alfresco: Open source Alternativr for Enterprise Content Management
  • ALPHA CMS is an API-free, MVC based content management system. ALPHA CMS’s architecture provides the ability to easily create advanced Web pages, add-ons, or even another CMS.
  • Ananta makes it possible for unexperienced users to create a professional high-quality Web site quickly, while keeping the codebase clean and easy to build upon for both developers and designers. Ananta produces valid XHTML 1.0 code, and uses almost no tables. Ananta aims to be as search-engine friendly as possible, without using dirty tricks that may eventually get you banned. Ananta tries to be as multifunctional as possible without making things overly complicated. The UI tries to prevent inexperienced users from causing irreversible damage.
  • Andy’s PHP Knowledgebase
  • AntiCMS is a minimalist content management system for small and simple Web sites. The main purpose of this system is to separate content, structure, and layout. Layout is defined using templates; content and structure are stored in XML files. A database is not required.
  • Autoblogger allows the quick and easy creation of a static HTML photo blog in which the posts are taken from messages that are stored in a POP3 account. It uses Template-Toolkit to allow the index, archives, and RSS feed to be customized with templates.
  • AutoCMS is a smaller CMS with the minimum needed to have a presence on the Internet. Its main file is less than 10kb large by default. No database is required. It only has the concept of one user (the admin). The password is protected with md5. CSS styles are easy to build and to change. Changing a page is very fast. XHTML and CSS code are validated by W3C validators. Data is stored in a PHP file which can be downloaded by FTP for backups. The generated contents are friendly for searchers. The result is visualized correctly in all browsers. It allows you to update all contents without having knowledge of programming.
  • B-Net is a Content Management System which supports news articles, photo galleries, polls, guestbooks, shoutboxes, clickable smilies, the English and Swahili languages (with flexibility for translations into more languages), and theming.
  • b2evolution: multilingual multi-user multiblog system (more)
  • Basic CMS: .NET based upon an Access database
  • BoastMachine:  open source, state of the art publishing platform
  • BLOG:CMS (formerly Nucleus XE) is a Weblog system. It has all the features you can find in Movable Type, WordPress, and Serependity, but also many other unique ones, while still being extremely easy to set up and use. It is based on Nucleus CMS, but ships with 45 certified plugins and many add-ons.
  • Bricolage is a full-featured, enterprise-class content management and publishing system. It offers a browser-based interface for ease of use, a templating system with complete HTML::Mason, HTML::Template, and Template Toolkit support for flexibility, and many other features. It operates in an Apache/mod_perl environment, and uses PostgreSQL for its repository.
  • Brim: a Web based information manager which manages bookmarks, agenda/calendar, contacts, tasks, notes, passwords, collections, and more.
  • bitweaver is an advanced, object oriented, content management system (CMS) and Web application framework for PHP.
  • Calenco is a collaborative editing Web platform. It allows remote teams of writers, translators, and designers to create multi-lingual content and publish it in various formats: PDF, HTML, etc. It is based on XML technology to store and transform content.
  • Caravel is a robust content management system designed for enterprise-level organizations. It is based upon OpenLDAP, and developed in PHP to work with PostgreSQL. It facilitates quick generation of template-driven Web sites, sharing of files, stylesheets, and layouts across organizations, and simple management of numerous Web sites. It features a Content Block Application system, which allows quick development and implementation of third-party modules and plug-ins.
  • CitusCMS ist ein kleines, schnelles und kostenloses Content-Management-System, dass sich mit sehr einfacher Bedienung vorallem an Betreiber von kleinen und mittleren Webseiten richtet, die keine lange Einarbeitungszeit in ein System wünschen.
  • clansphere is an advanced Web CMS for clan and e-sport related pages. It features module management, template and language switching, and so on. It supports a wide range of PHP versions and database drivers.
  • +CMS is a Content Management System featuring rapid deployment, ease of use, customization, and scalability.
  • CMME (Content Management Made Easy) is a Web content management system that aims to be easy to use, doesn’t have many requirements, and is still reasonably flexible. It doesn’t need a database, doesn’t have extensive administrative needs, and works more or less like a wiki. New pages can be made on the fly, rather than through an administrative page.
  • CMS Made Simple helps experienced web developers and designers to create sites of power and beauty in a fraction of the normal time, avoiding hours of coding and allowing your clients to update their own sites with a minimum of fuss.
  • CMS Master
  • CMScout is a CMS designed to enable Scout groups and Scouting related groups to easily create and maintain a Web site. CMScout gives the Web masters an easy-to-use interface to add and remove content and to format the site as they wish. CMScout includes advanced features such as forums, personal messenging, sub-sites, photo albums, articles, and much more.
  • CMSimple Content Management is a simple content management system for simple maintainance of small commercial or private sites. It has a simple installation, is easy to modify, and offers an unique combination of features. It uses an HTML-file for storing the entire site, which can be edited in your favorite editor. It has a dynamic TOC and document locator, a WYSIWYG editor (no plugin–functions in IE and Mozilla), a search function, link validation, image handling, and automatic backup. It is easy to set up your own layout; just edit the template and stylesheet.
  • ConcourseConnect is a social networking platform. You can build social networking sites including corporate intranets, business community add-on sites, enthusiast sites, business or product directory sites (like a chamber of commerce or yellow pages), or even stand-alone Web sites. Features include a full range of Web 2.0 tools: ratings, reviews, wiki, blog, comments, discussion forums, an ideas engine, and more. Users begin by creating a rich profile and joining groups. It is perfect for internal collaboration or as a customer feedback forum. The portal framework allows developers to plug in custom portlets and themes. [Java]
  • Concrete5 is a content management system (CMS) that can manage Web applications, Web sites, stores, and forums. It allows individuals involved with Web sites to easily manage their content and their site structure. Concrete5’s in-context editing is like working with a wiki, and the extendable block support makes editing and extending unique Web sites easy. The goal behind Concrete5 was always to create a toolset that could be used by anyone with basic computer skills to edit and add pages to a Web site.
  • Confluence is a professional Wiki designed to make it easy for a team to share information. Its powerful editing and site management features help teams communicate by sharing information, and collaborating on documents and ideas, all in a single Web-based location. When teams use Confluence for communication, it gets archived, indexed and interlinked, so the whole team can benefit.
  • Contelligent is a J2EE content management system that is targeted at developers and integrators. It provides an advanced package mechanism for development and deployment of Contelligent projects and extensions. Contelligent implements a component based approach that allows reuse of existing content, layout, and application logic in various contexts and for new unplanned needs.
  • Contenido is a CMS (content management system) for the Web environment. It features advanced user management, in-site editing, a WYSIWYG editor, and more.
  • Contentment
  • ContentRoller is an easy-to-configure, set up, customize, and use news, links, and blogging CMS environment that provides you the ability to have your own social news site like Digg, Yahoo Buzz, DZone, The Server Side, InfoQ, Slashdot, etc. ContentRoller can also be configured to look like a newspaper-based news site. [Java]
  • Contentteller is a content management system designed for sites of all sizes and types. It is powerful but simple to use, and search engine friendly out of the box. It has support for multiple Web sites, caching for high traffic Web sites, the ability to import and update everything from RSS feeds, POP3 email accounts, news servers, PAD, CompatDB XML files, a powerful template and style system, integration with 3rd party applications such as vBulletin, UBB.threads, phpBB 3.0, MyBB, SMF, and IP.Board 2.x. It is fully extensible with modules. [shareware]
  • The DBHcms is a small content management system for personal and small business Web sites. It is search engine optimized, and supports multiple languages simultaneously by allowing the search engine bot to index every single page in each language while avoiding content cloning. DBHcms is very flexible but also simple and easy to use thanks to an integrated WYSIWYG editor, multiple language support, and layout templates.
  • django CMS is a content management system based on the Web framework Django.
  • Docebo is a integrated content management and e-learning platform. It allows users to create Web content and manage reserved areas, users, and groups, and features support for accessibility, video conferencing, and more.
  • DocMint, the documentation CMS
  • DokuWiki is a standards-compliant, simple-to-use Wiki mainly aimed at creating documentation of any kind. It is targeted at developer teams, workgroups, and small companies. It has a simple but powerful syntax which makes sure the datafiles remain readable outside the Wiki, and eases the creation of structured texts. All data is stored in plain text files, so no database is needed
  • DotClear: open-source web publishing software created in 2002 by Olivier Meunier. A one man’s project at first, Dotclear soon gathered a team comprising different personalities with various backgrounds. The project’s purpose is to provide a user-friendly tool allowing anyone to publish on the web, regardless of their technical skills
  • dotCMS is a feature complete and fully supported J2EE Web CMS system. It is intended to bridge the gap between the PHP CMS offerings and the J2EE document management solutions with bolted on Web CMS. It offers a rich structured content engine, easy extensibility via plugins, WebDAV file access, content widgets, macros, customer management tools, user tracking, click path reporting, eMarketing list management, eNewsletter/email campaign managers, and a Web 2.0 calendar of events.
    • The dotCMS eCommerce Accelerator merges KonaKart’s shopping cart capabilities with dotCMS’ flexible and powerful WCM. The Accelerator wraps eCommerce functionality within the WCM templates, providing a common UI experience as a shopper moves from information-heavy pages to transactional pages. It features pre-built templates, structures, and applications, best seller and latest product lists for each category, product reviews and ratings, cross-sell and up-sell prompts, and check out configuration; with or without registration.
  • Drupal (more)
  • e107 is a content management system written in PHP and using the popular open source MySQL database system for content storage. It’s completely free, totally customisable and in constant development.
  • EditThisPage php
  • eGroupWare
  • eJourn is a local journal management application that supports multiple journals, event relations, concurrent views, searching, and meta information.
  • Eledge
  • Elxis CMS
  • Enano
  • eoCMS
  • EternalCMS is a content management system. It is built on top of Zend Framework, which helps promote cleaner code, better performance, and faster development. Some of its major features are the ability to post multi-page articles with unlimited categories and sub-category support, a bidirectional RESTful API, a user management system with multi-level ACLs and optional account activation, an optional moderation queue, RSS/Atom/MRSS feeds, and user profiles.
  • Etomite
  • Exponent CMS is a content management system for Web sites. It allows site owners to easily create and manage dynamic Web sites without necessarily directly coding Web pages or managing site navigation. Exponent uses an intuitive and flexible content editing system that allows Web pages to be edited on the page as it is displayed. This avoids the need for more back-end administration or for navigating many administration pages to add a simple line of text. You can simply visit the page you need to edit as if you were a site visitor, and make the change.
  • ez Systems
  • Falt4 is a business approved content management system (CMS). It is feature-rich and has a clean administration area. It has functions for the Internet professional, but is designed for everyone. CMS modules are available. Additional core features include workflow (with role-based permissions), a security subsystem, versioning, mod_rewrite, statistics, and more.
  • FlatPress is an open-source standard-compliant multi-lingual extensible blogging engine which does not require a DataBase Management System to work.
    • fpstats: Stats plugin for Flatpress blogging engine.
  • [fleXive] CMS is a Java EE content management system based on JavaServer Faces 1.2. It combines the power of JSF XHTML templating with that of the Java EE 5 content repository, [fleXive]. Some highlights include dynamic JSF templating (Facelets), easy integration of custom logic with EJB or JSF beans, a modular structure, Maven support, generic data structures, and WebDAV and CMIS support. It incorporates all core [fleXive] features like security, versioning, multilinguism, and scripting.
  • Fork is a very usable CMS that enables people to manage their sites in great detail. It is focused on end users rather than designers or developers. A developer or designer should be able to hand off a Web site made with Fork and know that whoever needs to manage the content can do so without external help. That said, it is also easy to design and develop sites for Fork CMS. Templates are designed to be free of back-end logic. An easy way to theme Web sites is provided. It allows forms to be created quickly. Multiple languages are supported
  • formVista is a LAMP based Web site management solution designed specifically for small to medium sized businesses. It goes beyond typical content management solutions to “close the business loop”. It combines a preview publish front end content manager that supports advanced Web 2.0 social networking features with a comprehensive backend customer relationship manager.
  • Foswiki is wiki software, supporting the editing of Web pages in an ordinary Web browser by end users. What makes Foswiki special is that it supports the embedding of active and passive macros that enhance the page content (e.g. with global or dynamic information) and allow end-users to build applications that store and process data in a structured manner (Perl)
  • Frog is a tool for publishing and maintaining contents on a Web site. It is a rewrite of Radiant CMS and features an elegant user interface, flexible templating with layouts, snippets, and flexible page parts, a simple user management/rights system, search engine friendly URLs, password protected live administration, and support for Textile.
  • Fundanemt
  • Fuzzylime
  • Geeklog (more)
  • GENU is a Content Management System which uses a database server (MySQL, PostgreSQL, or SQLite). It uses a template system and supports multiple languages. It features BBCode and HTML tag support, a bulletin board, a comment system with reply and editing abilities, an administration interface, headlines generation, polls, a search engine, smilies support, “submit” and “send” news functions, unlimited news organized into unlimited categories, and user management.
  • Gespinst WebCMS is an easy-to-use Web content management system. It features a file manager designed to be familiar to users of Windows Explorer or GNOME’s Nautilus that is used to work with news, images, calendar events, and users. A variety of text formatters are provided, including support HTML and Wiki syntax. A forms system is also included for printing, receiving, and validating HTML forms. Additional functionality is provided with optional modules.
  • glFusion: a dynamic system based on flexible and granular permissions, with spam protection, forums, file management, media gallery, calendars, polls, site-wide search, RSS feeds, and more!
  • Go.Kryo is a ASP(C#).NET simple content management system, using Microsoft SQL Server as a backend database.
  • gpEasy is a complete content management system that lets users create rich and flexible Web sites with a simple and easy-to-use interface. The embedded design of the admin interface allows users to instantly see changes in a single browser window.
  • Groupy is a content management system that allows groups within an organization to share multi-lingual content. It provides a unique tool for organizing diverse content types (Articles, News, Files, Images, Events, etc.) in a rich editing environment similar to a wiki.
  • Guppy: free and without database – EN/FR/NL/…
  • Habari
  • Hivurt is a content management system powered by a component architecture. It gives you the strength of Zope 3 in an easy to use environment. It allows you to easily switch between ZODB and PostgreSQL data storage and features search and indexes, an easy editor UI, front-end skins, and localization and internationalization. Existing data stored inside an RDBMS can easily be accessed as Zope objects.
  • HTML-EDIT CMS started as a small file based content managment system, as time passed by our experience raised and with that experience we developed the html-edit CMS V3. The main improvement from V2 to V3 is that its not file based anymore, now it works with a MySQL database which isnt only quicker but it also gives us the opportunity to make our content managment system more advanced.
  • Hydrogen CMS is an extremely lightweight, modular blogging system. New blogs are created by sending an email with the hydrogen tags to an existing or dedicated email address. CSS and static pages are supported.
  • ikaaro is a content management system written with the Python programming language and using the itools library. Its features include content and document mangement (metadata, indexing and searching), multilingual user interfaces and content, and high level modules (wiki, forum, tracker).
  • IkeWiki is a new kind of Wiki (a so-called “Semantic Wiki”) developed by Salzburg Research that allows users to collaboratively annotate pages and links between pages with semantic annotations. Such annotations are useful because they give machines a certain amount of “understanding” of the content that goes beyond merely displaying the page. This information can then, for example, be used for context-specific presentation of pages, advanced querying, consistency verification, or drawing conclusions. It currently only works properly with Mozilla Firefox and Opera (partly).
  • I-Metrics CMS is a complete Web content management system that can be used for start-up businesses, blogs, and personal sites. It has scalable functionality. It includes advanced SEO modules, Helpdesk, and an abstraction layer to group Web site content in a custom manner
  • ImpressCMS is a content management system that allows you to easily build and maintain a dynamic Web site. It is a fork of XOOPS and is fully compatible with XOOPS modules and themes, but has many improvements. These include native multilingual support, a completely redesigned admin interface, management of unlimited block positions on the user side, easy cloning of existing blocks with a single click, a redesigned installation wizard with inline help at every step, many security improvements including the introduction of the Trust Path concept, which allows the storing of sensitive data outside the Web root, an automatic version checker, and a customizable privacy policy feature.
  • IpeCMS: simple content management system for event or course.
  • Jahia is a content management and corporate portal server. It provides a comprehensive, integrated, and out-of-the-box platform for developing, integrating, delivering, and managing content and portlets across intranets, extranets, and the Internet.
  • Jasmine
  • JAMWiki is a Java-based Wiki engine. It features Java servlet 2.3 and JDK 1.4 compatibility, feature parity with MediaWiki, quick and easy setup, and support for running either with or without an external database.
  • Jaws is a Framework and Content Management System for building dynamic web sites. It aims to be User Friendly giving ease of use and lots of ways to customize web sites, but at the same time is Developer Friendly, it offers a simple and powerful framework to hack your own modules.
  • jCore is a Web Content Management System build especially for Webmasters (using the well known LAMP environment) who have to maintain multiple Websites for their clients and would like to keep the source codes up to date and easily fix bugs for all clients at once. It has two main systems: jCore Server, which holds all the libraries and modules you can build on, and jCore Client, which is the stripped version of the core system without any libraries (as it uses the ones from the core).
  • Jease is a Java-based CMS. Jease means “Java with Ease”, so Jease promises to keep simple things simple and hard things (j)easy. It is easy to install: all you need is Java, and you are up and running in a minute. It has a user-friendly desktop-like interface with full AJAX support. It is easy to extend: develop your designs or content types with just a few lines of Java and HTML.
  • JetNuke: a Java version of PHP Nuke
  • Joomla! is a Web-based content management system. It provides for split front end content access and backend administrator access. Group-based access control allows for different levels of system control for both the site and the administrator. The Joomla! framework allows for extension by installable components (applications), modules (template blocks), languages, templates, and mambots (plugins that enhance system functions). (meer…)
  • imCMS is a role-based Content Management System. It can be used to create and manage complex Web sites, intranets, and portals, and as a platform for other types of Web-based applications. It can easily share its data with and import data from other systems, and can be controlled through the built-in API. With the aid of the built-in WYSIWYG editor, it is very simple to edit pages in a browser.
  • Kazi is a simple content management system. It takes a directory tree filled with HTML files and builds an unordered HTML list of these files, which you can then view. There is support for plugins and themes.
  • KnowledgeRoot is a knowledge base system that lets you structure your content in a tree. It integrates FCKeditor to make adding content easy.
  • Knowledge Tree Document Management System
  • Krang is an Open Source web-publisher / content-management system designed for large-scale magazine-style Web sites. It is a 100% Perl application using Apache/mod_perl and MySQL, as well as numerous CPAN modules. It provides a powerful and easy to use story and media editing environment for magazine editors, as well as a complete template development environment for web designers. On the back-end, Perl programmers can customize Krang to control the data entered in the story editor, and add code to drive the templates to build output.
  • Kryn.cms is a novel CMS, which simplifies the administration and handling of websites with its window based administration area. Kryn.cms provides a virtual desktop in your browser to allow you the editing of all your content. (No external software is required)
  • KwsPHP (FR)
  • La-Nai is a CMS-like system that has basic modules, blocks, and templates. It is ready to create a Web site, but it has a new way of development called “Generated Framework”, which means that a developer can generate module and source code from a command line script called “La-Mud”. In just a few minutes, you can create your own module or database driven module.
  • Lanius CMS is a lightweight PHP dynamic Web authoring and content managment system with an embedded flat file database and support for any other database system. It is high speed, very secure, and fully internationalized and customizable. It works on PHP 4 and 5.
  • LifeType is an open-source blogging platform with support for multiple blogs and users in a single installation
  • Limny is an open-source CMS which is based on three main ideas; Fast, easy to modify and easy to develop. By developing and creating modules for this core you can convert it to whatever that is in your mind
  • Lodel is a high-quality Web publishing system (CMS). Text-processed documents (in DOC, RTF, or SXW) are imported using a server-side application, servoo. Documents are structured using the styles in a word processor (or with forms). You can easily add and modify database fields to fit your needs: title, images, abstract, etc. It automatically produces sites with a table of contents, keyword index, author index, and much more. It is compliant with Dublin Core, UTF-8, CSS, and XHTML. It is currently in French and will be shortly translated into English.
  • Magnolia (Java)
  • MamboServer (meer …)
  • Managee
  • MAXdev
  • MediaCore is a media-focused CMS. It features rich video and audio support, YouTube/Vimeo integration, HTML5 video, support for the iPad/iPhone, podcasting, iTunes RSS generation, user-submitted content, an embedded media player, and searching. It is highly customizable. There is both a front-end for users and a back-end for administrators. Users can browse videos or podcasts. Users can search for videos by topics and tags. Users can upload videos to the platform; administrators can moderate newly uploaded videos. Administrators can add video, audio, or podcasts. A comment platform for moderation is built-in. Podcasts can be video or audio. It also has automatic iTunes feed generation, automatic RSS feed generation, and feedburner support.
  • MediaWiki is a Web-based collaborative editing environment. Originally built for the online encyclopedia project Wikipedia, it’s geared to support a large number of users and pages.
    • DotNetWikiBot Framework is a full-featured client API with a console interface that allows you to build programs and Web robots easily to manage information on MediaWiki-powered sites. DotNetWikiBot Framework is intended to help with many complicated and routine tasks of wiki site development and maintenance. Any .NET language can be used to access DotNetWikiBot library functions. Only minimal programming skills are required to make bots with DotNetWikiBot Framework.
  • Mercurial is a fast, lightweight Source Control Management system designed for the efficient handling of very large distributed projects.
  • Metafox is an enterprise Content Management System which uses a special template system. With that template system, you can easily create any Web site with a particular design and code characteristics. All content data are stored in a relational SQL database, and administration via the Web interface is easy, fast, and effective.
  • MiaCMS is a content management system. It lets you build powerful and standards-compliant Web sites in a matter of minutes. MiaCMS is a fork of the Mambo CMS. It features simple installation, graphical content editors (with automatic code generation), RSS content syndication, an extension system, flexible site theming capabilities, site searching, user management, and multilingual support.
    • MOStlyCE is a “What You See Is What You Get” (WYSIWYG) editor for the Mia Content Management System (MiaCMS). It aims to bring simple yet powerful HTML editing capabilities to the average user.
  • MicroBlog is a very lightweight and simplistic blogging tool. It has multiple user support and basic blogging features.
  • Mi-Dia blog
  • Midgard is a freely-available solution for managing content on Web, Extranet, and Intranet services. It is also a toolkit for building dynamic applications to power eBusiness and Information Management processes. Writing applications and functionalities for the platform is done using the easy-to-learn PHP scripting language. All interfacing with the system is done via a regular Web browser, and no special tools are needed for developers or content authors.
    • The Midgard Components Framework (also called MidCOM) is an advanced component architecture which extends the Midgard Web content management framework. It provides mechanisms for building a Web site using components without much need for writing code to glue all this together. The administration site gets built automatically by using those components. Goodies like a caching engine and subrequests make site building even easier.
  • MODx is an open source PHP Application Framework that helps you take control of your online content.
  • ModularCMS is a modules based Content Management System running on PHP5 and PostgreSQL.
  • Molinos CMS is a modular CMS. It supports multiple Web sites per installation, multiple domains per Web site, and different subdomains for different Web site sections. It uses XSLT for templating; templates can be organized in themes, which can be applied to either all pages or particular pages. It can use MySQL or SQLite for data stoarge; all data is available in XML format, ready to use by templates and scripts.
  • Mon Petit Site is a Web site made to be a simple family Web site. It is only written in PHP, is Strict XHTML 1.0 and CSS compliant, and makes a limited use of cookies. It provides a blog, a photo album, a calendar, a geographical address page, a member directory, a gold book, a simple forum, and a link page.
  • MUSOO is an online music environment kit for playing, listening, distribution, and collaboration. It’s like Web-based sound CMS.
  • Myotis
  • MySource is a powerful, open source Web site and intranet content management system. It is designed to enable technically unskilled users to build and maintain their own online solutions securely, professionally, and inexpensively. It is written in PHP, and requires both MySQL and Apache. Once installed no programming skills are required to operate the system.
  • nc-cms is a simple, fast, easy-to-use content management system.
  • NDPS (FR)
  • Netpet-CMS provides easy-going deployment and administration of Web sites, newsletters, and banners. After a short introduction, even users with little experience are capable using Netpet-CMS. Furthermore, you don’t need any specially configured server to run Netpet CMS, so you can install Netpet CMS on standard cheap Web hosting accounts.
  • Newscoop (formerly known as Campsite) is an open content management system for professional journalists. Features for the modern newsroom include multiple author management, issue-and-section based publishing, geolocation, and multilingual content management. The enterprise-standard journalist’s dashboard and a templating engine supporting anything from HTML5 to mobile complete this fast production and publishing system.
  • News Script allows you to write articles for your Web site. It features a WYSIWYG editor which makes writing an article easy. It supports search engine friendly URLs. The script is completely template driven and includes an installation routine
  • Nucleus: one or more weblogs, multiple authors, … (more)
  • Nuxeo: Open Source Enterprise Content Management
  • ocPortal
  • OLMO is a powerful and easy-to-use content management system (CMS). It is based on the CorneliOS WebOS. [Perl]
  • Open Conference Systems (OCS) is a Web publishing tool that will create a complete Web presence for your scholarly conference.
  • OpenCMS is a professional level open source Web site content management system. OpenCms helps to create and manage complex Web sites easily without knowledge of HTML. An integrated WYSIWYG editor with a user interface similar to well known office applications helps the user create the contents, while a sophisticated template engine enforces a site-wide corporate layout. OpenCms is based on Java and XML technology, so it fits perfectly into almost any existing modern IT infrastructure. OpenCms runs in a “full open source” environment (e.g. Linux, Apache, Tomcat, MySQL) as well as on commercial components (e.g. Windows NT, IIS, BEA Weblogic, Oracle DB).
    • OpenCms ANT Build allows multiple OpenCms developers to develop OpenCms modules in their favorite IDEs. This combines the benefit of versioning, file editing support, and merging of concurrent changes with a defined upstream to the OpenCms development / test / production server.
  • Open Journal Systems (OJS) is a journal management and publishing system that has been developed by the Public Knowledge Project through its Canadian federally-funded efforts to expand and improve access to research.
  • Open Portal is a very simple user portal with built-in administration tools for user management. It is designed to be a skeleton from which you can build a simple managed and secure Web site. It comes with a default administrative account which automatically becomes disabled once a real administrative account is added. Open Portal is slightly different from secure portal in that you can have some sections of the portal publicly viewable and some password protected.
  • Oscailt (Irish for open) is an independent media center content management system.
  • OS Reviews CMS is a content management system that features the generation of purely static content, an NNTP-based comment system, LaTeX input, and customizable templates.
  • Papaya
  • Percussion CM
  • PHP-Fusion: light-weight open-source content management system in PHP
  • phpMyFAQ: a multilingual, completely database-driven FAQ system. It also offers a content management system with a WYSIWYG editor, an image manager, flexible multi-user support, a news system, user tracking, language modules, templates, extensive XML support, PDF support, a backup system, and an easy to use installation script.
  • PHP-Nuke  (more)
  • phpWebSite (open source)
  • PhpWiki
  • phpwcms
  • PHPX is a Web portal system, blog, Content Management System (CMS), forum, and more. It is designed to allow everyone to be able to have feature-rich, interactive websites even if you do not know a bit of programming. Some key features include fully-integrated forums, downloads, an image gallery with slideshow and auto-thumbnailing, support ticket system, a GUI interface for Web page content management, news with topics and instances, and a whole lot more. It allows you to fully customize the look of your site
  • phroggy.com is a dynamic Web site engine with support for multiple user-selectable themes and backgrounds, content localization (the most appropriate language is selected from those available based on browser preferences), and a searchable Web log. It uses flat text files for data storage and requires some Perl hacking.
  • Pie is a lightweight content management system for Web-sharing documents, files, and arbitrary pieces of information.
  • Pivot is a tool to create weblogs (and to some extent other dynamic Web sites). Pivot is easy to setup, easier to maintain, and even easier to work with. It is template based and fully adaptable to your wishes. Language packs are supported. It is easy to upload and include pictures with your log entries. There is a comment system that remembers your visitors. Automagic archiving can be done by week or month. Stylesheets are used extensively. All data is stored in flat files, so no databases are required.
  • Plosxom is software for running a blog. It is a rewrite of phposxom. Blog posts are stored in text files, and categories are simple directories. Plosxom has a comprehensive plugin API which allows a developer to add almost any functionality or to replace existing functionality.
  • Plone
  • Plume CMS
  • PMwiki is a wiki-based system for collaborative creation and maintenance of Web sites. PmWiki pages look and act like normal Web pages, except they have an “Edit” link that makes it easy to modify existing pages and add new pages into the Web site, using basic editing rules
  • Podius is a flexible content management system that simplifies building of dynamic Web sites by providing clean ways to create, manage, and publish all kinds of complex content. It offers command-line and Web-based interfaces, and features an intuitive object model on top of a file-based or RDBMS-based persistence layer.
  • Poster is a fully featured blog application that has most of the features expected from a Web log such as template support (the template is modular and fully PHP-scriptable), categories, multiple authors, permalinks (for post, comments, categories, and even authors), and a nice Web interface. It works on plain text files and doesn’t require a database.
  • PostNuke – now Zikula (more)
  • pOWL is Web-based knowledge base editing and management solution for the Semantic Web. It supports collaborative browsing, querying, and editing of RDFS/OWL Ontologies. It exposes an extensive API for PHP programmers.
  • PRES (the Press Release System) is a simple content management system, essentially targeted at producing a news and information site.
  • Psycms is a truly objective content management system intended especially for scientific audiences. Apart from typical CMS features, it enables creating, managing, and manipulating (including some simple statistical analyses) questionnaires and surveys.
  • PyLucid is a lightweight Content Management System written in pure Python CGI. Nearly all output can be customized. No shell account is needed
  • QSF Portal is a fast, secure, easily maintained Web community portal. It comes with powerful forum and download modules, as well as lightweight CMS capability. New modules and skins can be added easily. It supports 18 languages.
  • Quick.Cms.Lite is a fast, simple, and multilingual content management system. It is based on flat files and does not require a SQL database. It supports full administration for pages, subpages, photos, and files.
  • Radiant is a no-fluff, open source content management system designed for small teams.
  • Railfrog is a user-friendly, open-source website deployment and content management system built with Ruby on Rails.
  • RavenNuke is a secure and fast Content Management System (CMS) that is HTML, XHTML, and CSS standards compliant. It comes with the most up to date patches for all included components, including NukeSentinel. Also included are gCalendar, HTML Newsletter, PHPBB Attachment Mod, Advanced RSS Feed, SimplePie, and much more. It comes with an installer that is very easy to use, as well as thorough documentation. It has its roots in PHP-Nuke 7.6, but the underlying code is vastly different.
  • Redaxscript is a free, PHP and MySQL driven content management system for small business and private websites. It’s extremely lightweight, simple and customizable.
  • RedDot
  • reefLEES is a script for creating a Web site to provide a classifieds service. It is flexible and easy to use.
  • ReloadCMS is a CMS based on flat files. It does not need a database but realizes all the abilities of a high-level CMS, including modularity, templates, users management, an advanced rights system, and packaging of main modules.
  • RetroWiki is a flat-file wiki engine written in RetroForth and PHP. The markup language can easily be extended with new markups.
  • Rhizome is a Wiki-like content management and delivery system that exposes the entire site including content, structure, and metadata as editable RDF. This means that instead of creating a site with URLs that correspond to a page of HTML, you can create URLs that represent just about anything. It was designed to enable non-technical users to create these representations in an easy, ad-hoc manner. For developers, this allows both content and structure to be easily repurposed and complex Web applications to be rapidly developed.
  • RunCMS (derived from Xoops)
  • sadlittlewebjournal is a Weblog written in Perl that utilizes PostgreSQL or MySQL and a straightforward ASCII interface.
  • Sandbox is a personal Web site package that offers a blog, image gallery, file downloads, and custom free-style Web pages.
  • Sapid
  • Savvior
  • SCMS is an MVC based secure content management system. It is designed from the ground up to withstand common Web application vulnerabilities such as SQL injection, XSS, CSRF, session fixation/hijacking, and many others. It is designed for PHP 5.0-5.2.x and MySQL 4.1+, and it can optionally support PostgreSQL as a database backend.
  • Secure Blog is a similar to Microblog, except it uses the secure portal rather than open portal as the base. It can be used as a community portal, something that you only want people within your group to be able to see. This is ideal for hobby groups, gaming fans, etc.
  • Silva is a CMS for organizations that manage multiple or complex Web sites. Content is stored in clean XML, independent of layout and presentation. Features include versioning, a workflow system, an integral visual editor, content reuse, sophisticated access control, multi-site management, extensive import/export facilities, fine-grained templating, and hi-res image storage and manipulation. Silva is built on top of the Zope Web application platform.
    • RevistaRNC is an extension for Silva which provides functions for educational uses. It serves as a magazine system.
  • SilverStripe is a Web application framework and content management system. It differs from many of the better known CMSes in that it uses fully object orientated code, has native Ajax support, and allows you to very cleanly customize the system to suit your needs.
  • Siteframe is a lightweight content-management system designed for the rapid deployment of community-based websites
  • <sitekit>
  • Sitellite is an advanced Web-based Content Management System (CMS) and PHP content publishing framework.
  • SiteMason
  • SCMS is a secure content management system. Some of its features are a role-based object-oriented design, conformance to XHTML 1.0 Transitional, strict I/O (input/output) validation, a custom session implementation, support for SSL and cookies (when run over SSL), session identifier regeneration, idle session expiration, account locking, account unlocking methods, encryption (with MD5, AES, SHA1, SHA256, SHA512, or WHIRLPOOL), and event logging.
  • sNews is a completely free, standards compliant, PHP and MySQL driven Content Management System. sNews is extremely lightweight, simple and customizable. It’s easy to install, and easy to use via a simple web interface. sNews consists of only one core engine file, one independent template file and its accompanying CSS stylesheet file, plus an .htaccess file that makes all URLs search engine friendly.
  • SOS Webpages is an easy to learn Web site management system for novices wanting to manage site content. It is a simple Web content management system built for PHP/MySQL.
  • Soxer is a Web publishing tool intended for the lazy programmer and designer. It allows the creation and maintenance of document driven Web sites, such as corporate sites, blogs, and project sites, and is also extremely useful for creating mockups for database driven applications. It forms a very thin layer above Sinatra to deliver data from a set of YAML files rather than a database.
  • Spensierato is a simple-to-use Web site CMS. It is designed to allow in-site editing so that non-technical users can just find the page, update an element, and save it. It is written in PHP using a MySQL backend and released under the GPL. Some components use different license agreements; details are included.
  • SPINE is a Web-based Content Management System. It features mixed static/dynamic content, separated template and content administration, granular privileges, user-friendly URLs, and plugins.
  • SPIP – Système de publication pour l’internet (FR)
    • SPIP is an open-source, free publication system on the Internet, mainly targeted at individuals, informal groups, and non-profit organizations. It allows contributive writing and managing of Web sites having a magazine-like structure (i.e., articles and short stories contained in nested sections), while not needing any HTML skills (except for defining the layout templates). There are many additional features: public forums, petitions, keywords, syndication, an integrated search engine, and more.
    • Wikipedia: SPIP
    • How to use SPIP as an author
    • Minet SPIP templates
    • SPIP-ART: squelettes pour SPIP
    • SPIP-CONTRIB: apportez votre pierre à l’édifice
    • SPIP-Edu: SPIP dans l’éducation
  • Squiz MySource
  • sux0r is a blogging package, an RSS aggregator, a bookmark repository, and a photo publishing platform with a focus on Naive Bayesian categorization and probabilistic content. It is OpenID 1.1 enabled; as both a consumer and a provider.
  • Swampp is a gentle Content Management System that doesn’t do a whole lot of managing. Instead of getting in your way, it helps you along your way. It was designed to make it easier for you to produce small Web sites. It relies on the filesystem, so you can edit your pages with your favorite text editor. It gathers information about your pages by looking at their markup. It draws menubars, uses pretty URLs, and is fully standards-compliant.
  • Synergiser is a content management system (CMS) that does not rely on a database. It features a simple blog system, TinyMCE editors for all relevant sections, complete with an image manager, a module architecture, a simple menu, an RSS aggregator, a settings manager for module settings and template/locale, a Content Pages panel for managing static pages, and a template system with definable regions.
  • Synkron
  • Syntax Desktop is a publishing system used to manage the contents of a Web site. It has an attractive GUI with DHTML elements. You can use it to insert news, photos, documents, and tree data structures into your site. It features easy DB backup and style switching.
  • synType CMS is a free, open source Web Content Management System. synType CMS is fast, secure, stable and easy to learn. It provides many tightly integrated features out of the box, where other systems require external modules you may even have to pay for.
  • TangoCMS is a PHP content management system (CMS). Its ease of use and powerful feature set allow you to quickly and easily create and manage an entire Web site. The aim is to create a CMS that anyone with a basic understanding of content management systems and the Internet can use. Producing W3C valid HTML, CSS, and JS is another goal.
  • Textpattern
  • Thinkedit is a PHP content management system. It lets you create custom content types, structure your site in a tree, and make relations between your content items. With a large emphasis on databases, it is highly extensible through simple configuration files. The aim is to provide full customization trough configuration files and plugins. The tool is able to work with an existing database schema. You can extend your schema without changing the tool code. It is very easy to install.
  • TinyNews is a simple news/article publishing system for Web sites. Its main feature is that it doesn’t require a database, so it’s ideal for smaller sites where a full blown CMS would be too much.
  • TikiWiki CMS/Groupware is a powerful multilingual CMS and groupware that can be used to create all sorts of Web applications, sites, portals, intranets, and extranets. Major features include articles, forums, newsletters, blogs, a file/image gallery, a wiki, drawing, trackers, a directory, polls/surveys and quizzes, a FAQ, chat, a banner management system, a calendar, maps, charts, Mobile Tiki (PDA and WAP access), RSS feeds, a category system, a theme control center, workflow, live support, Shoutbox, ACLs, and more. (more)
  • TomatoCMS is a powerful content management system. Its key feature is its Layout Editor and widget concepts. TomatoCMS also supports plugins/hooks, templates/skins, multiple languages, and has high performance. It supports a modular architecture with more than 10 built-in modules, such as ad, category, comment, menu, multimedia, news, poll, tag, and upload.
  • Tribiq is an easy to learn, open source, multilingual Content Management System
  • TurtolCMS is a powerful, flexible Web content management system. With it, you can manage every aspect of your Web content directly from your Web browser with intuitive editing tools. TurtolCMS does not restrict you with a template, but allows a designer full freedom to build any desired look and then gracefully re-use that design consistently for any new content that is added.
  • Twiki is a flexible, powerful, and simple Web based collaboration platform. It is suitable for dynamic intranets and knowledge bases, and for sharing and managing documents and collaborative projects. It resembles a normal Web site, but every page can be changed from a browser. It features automatic link generation, full text search, group authorization, Web forms, reporting, change notification, file attachments, revision control of pages and attachments, a modular templating system with skins, hierarchical navigation based on the topic parenting feature, and more. Plugins can be used to enhance the program and build groupware applications.
  • TYPO3 is a Web content management system which features automatic creation of navigational menus, headlines, and other dynamic graphical elements, automatic conversion and scaling of images, the ability to present different templates based on variables such as client browser or country code, support for multiple templates on a site, and a built-in password-protection option. Pages can be timed to be shown on a certain date, be hidden on a certain date or just temporarily hidden. TYPO3 supports search in SQL-databases and redesigning of a website at once is just a matter of creating a single new template. (more)
  • TYPOlight webCMS is a powerful Web content management system that specializes in accessibility and uses XHTML and CSS to generate W3C/WAI compliant pages. Its key features include a live update feature, multi- language support, automatic CSS framework generation, a file manager, a search engine and form generator, versioning and undo, and Web 2.0 support.
  • The VIF application is a Web-based virtual discussion forum. It aims to implement a specific discussion model that supports goal oriented discussions of complex matters. This discussion model builds on structured discussion threads, integrated quality control, and well defined group boundaries.
  • Vosao CMS is a CMS for Google App Engine. It features hierarchical page content with parent/child relationships, friendly URLs, CKeditor 3.0 integration with uploading and a file browser, custom design templates for pages with per-page template binding, a global site configuration panel, resource management (images, CSS, JavaScript, etc.), site import/export (content and all resources), feedback forms, a text resource file editor with the ability to create files, a CAPTCHA service, support for comments on pages with email notification and moderation, SEO URLs and a redirect table for indexed links, multi-language content support, localized message bundles, and user browser language auto selection. [Java]
  • Ucompass Educator
  • UWiKiCMS is a Web content manager which features basic text formatting and online editing, image upload and automatic positioning, heavy CSS use, lightweight XHTML compliant code, readable URLs (no cryptic article.php?id=123 stuff), extensibility at will through PHP file includes, and fancy orginal features such as “all in one page ready to print” or sharing the same database for various sub-sites. It has a built-in cache system.
  • Webgenz CMS
  • WebGUI is a content management framework built to allow average business users to build and maintain complex Web sites. It is modular, pluggable, and platform independent. It was designed to allow the people who create the content to manage it online, rather than content management taking up the time of busy IT staff. WebGUI comes with a full discussion forum with the functionality of phpBB or FUD Forum, plus events calendaring, a photo gallery, a Web log (blog), FAQ and Link List management, and a very configurable user privilege and profiling system. Contains self grading tests. Perl.
  • Weblog is a blog publisher. It takes structured text files as input and outputs static HTML and RSS files. It aims to be simple and robust.  Python.
  • WEBK is a content management system that stores information on the filesystem and does not require a database. It features thumbnail generation for text files, source code, and images, custom download handling for text files, source code, and images, support for locked folders with plain passwords or MD5 hashes, support for custom actions, an automatic hit counter for each item, a simple module system, and theme support.
  • WebME is a really simple CMS with blog and podcasting support. WebMe can be used as CGI/FastCGI script or can be self-hosted as a ready-to-use Web server.
  • webon is a Web content management system
  • Website Baker is a PHP-based content management system which aims to enable users to produce websites with ease.
  • Wiclear aims to provide a simple, small, and accessible wiki. It supports the XHTML and CSS W3C specifications. There is a simple install program and an admin panel. All content is classified via a tree-like structure. The wiki in itself is easily themeable (same capabilities as dotclear), is multilingual, commentable, and supports history, diffs, and editions. There are several types of users: admins, moderators, and simple users. Moderators and admins can edit ACLs to reduce the number of people allowed to modify a particular page. They can remove comments or particular version of the content. Admins can edit/delete users, create groups, edit them, set global rights (anonymous post, anonymous comments, etc.), change themes, etc.
  • Wikepage is a very small wiki/blog/personal site builder. It uses flat files as a database, so no extra database is required. It has i18n support, multi-language site support, password protected pages, table support, CSS styling, file upload, RSS output, and a lot of other features.
  • WikkaWiki is a lightweight and flexible wiki engine allowing easy management of Websites, in particular collective Web-based projects: it provides an intuitive interface for modifying page content, tracking and comparing revisions made by single users, and setting user access privileges. It features W3 compliant XHTML and CSS output, several text formatting options, categories, a GUI for editing pages, support for images, tables, Flash objects, RSS feeds, FreeMind maps, advanced Access Control List management, referrers management, and text search functions. Designed for easy customizability, it aims at keeping its core as light as possible while maintaining an architecture that supports extensibility through plugin modules.
  • WikyBlog is a Wiki/Blog CMS/groupware application with an AJAX enhanced tabbed interface that enables users to view and edit multiple files within the same page. UTF-8 support for multi-language abilities, integrated custom template editing, file upload, a flexible user privilege system, and Google Maps integration number among its many features.
  • Wolf CMS simplifies content management by offering an elegant user interface, flexible templating per page, simple user management and permissions, and the tools necessary for file management. It is a fork of Frog CMS, which was itself a PHP migration of the Ruby-on-Rails app Radiant CMS. Wolf is now forging its own development path, although a family resemblance with these two systems can still be seen.
  • WordPress: semantic, personal publishing platform for the creation of blogs (open source) (more)
  • Xaraya (multilingual; open source)
  • XDBCMS is a Web-based, multi-user CMS that can manage any number of Web sites, each site with any number of pages, and each site organised in a tree-based menu that can be any depth. Where XDBCMS differs from most content management systems is that it actually generates a stand-alone Web site, which requires no database to drive it, can be ‘released’ to any Web server, and would be able to cope with very large numbers of users. For the authors, it features a WYSIWYG editor, similar to MS-Word in appearance, allowing full control over the format (tables, fonts, graphics, etc.) of each individual page. It allows multiple authors and features a group-based security system.
  • XHP (eXpandable Home Page) is a personal home page program (CMS) that is easy to install, easy to use, and easy to expand. It includes blog, image gallery, content modules, and an API for contributed modules. It tries to fill the lack of personal home-page oriented CMSs, since most of the current CMSs are dedicated to the enterprise market or large portals.
  • Xomol (SP)
  • Xoops (more)
  • X Portal is a powerful CMS (content management system) which can handle multiple language files. English and Hungarian languages are included in the basic package. The engine was taken from phpnuke-textportal.
  • XsltCMS is a Content Management System for websites, using XSLT on server as template engine, in PHP.
  • Zepto CMS is a tiny but flexible CMS. It has its own rights management system, which consists of groups and member structures. With these, one can control the whole site and give privileges to friends. Zepto relies on modules to perform its tasks.
  • Zope is an application server specializing in content management, intranets, and custom Web applications. It is written in Python and has a large global community of developers and companies.

Other (open source) blogging software

  • Perl
    • sadlittlewebjournal is a Weblog written in Perl that utilizes PostgreSQL or MySQL and a straightforward ASCII interface.

Other (open source) wiki software

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