GetSimple is an open source XML-based CMS application that is very easy to setup & customize.
The use of XML rather than a SQL database for storing the data makes it ideal for small websites. But this is a plus on the performance side as the risk for a possible slowness while connecting to a SQL database is eliminated.
GetSimple is built wit PHP & offers a great features which is the ability to “undo” almost every action, a time-saver on mistakes made.
The application a simple & slick admin interface that is so easy to learn. With a detailed documentation, it is possible to findout the details of GetSimple like theme customization or “how to create a contact form”.
PHP is everywhere . PHP is popular server-side scripting language,mostly you seen in wordpress blog platforms. wordpress blog platforms totally build in PHP. PHP is a powerful server-side scripting language for creating dynamic and interactive websites. It is the widely-used, free, and efficient alternative to competitors such as Microsoft’s ASP.
PHP is perfectly suited for Web development and can be embedded directly into the HTML code. The PHP syntax is very similar to Perl and C.
glFusion PHP (CMS) is a full featured open source Content Management System written in PHP. glFusion provides all the tools necessary to quickly create and maintain a content driven web site. glFusion also provides a rich application development environment.
glFusion is well organized and provides a very powerful system that is extremely easy to use. glFusion powers everything from personal blogs, to high volume community discussion sites.glFusion is released license under the terms of the GNU General Public License Version 2.
Dacomasy PHP (CMS) is a full featured open source database content management system written in PHP5. Dacomasy CMS uses XML files to define the management interface for tables in a database systems schemata.
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Xaraya PHP (CMS) is a open source web application framework and content management solution written in PHP . Xaraya allow developer to create sophisticated web applications and designers enjoy considerable flexibility.Xaraya is released under the GNU General Public License.
Xaraya is fully dynamic multi-platform Content Mangement Solutions (CMS). it is extensible, uses robust permissions, and multilingual systems to dynamically manage content. Continue reading
MODx helps you take control of your online content. An Open Source PHP application framework, it frees you to build sites exactly how you want and make them 100% yours. Zero restrictions and fast to build. Super-simple templates in regular HTML/CSS/JS (any lib you want).
Documentation: Documentation is clear and compact.
Community: Large community with forums, wiki and Jobboard.
Last releases: 0.9.6.3
Project example: Youth Fitness Magazine
So take a moment and look over the list below of the 12 best free cms options available. Some might seem really familiar (we love wordpress) and some others might be new to you. They all deserve your attention for a few minutes. Hell, even test drive a few of them and see if there’s any that might work for a new project – I’m currently digging into SilverStripe which looks to be pretty damn awesome!
And don’t forget to let us know in the comments section which is your favorite CMS and why!
WordPress is a state-of-the-art publishing platform with a focus on aesthetics, web standards, and usability. WordPress is both free and priceless at the same time. WordPress is also what Spyre Studios and Design Newz run on (as well as my blog design website and my Guerrilla Freelancing blog). Continue reading
2200 CMS Load Time Comparisons, Which is the Fastest?
I received an email from the Admin of Page Load Time at the start of this week, informing me that they had tested the Page Load Times of 2200 (honestly, they have, its amazing) websites of the following CMSs: Movable Type, WordPress, EZ Publish, PHP Nuke, Joomla, Drupal, Mambo and Plone. Elgg was also included within the tests but proved to be far too slow consistently, therefore was excluded from all final results.
Remarkable and breath taking work.
Of course the results can?t be perfect by picking random websites, but the results do give us all a good measure.
Note : Websites were selected by searching on ?powered by ?? in google and selecting the first 300 to 700 websites for each CMS.
Fastest Page Load by CMS
Average page load time across all 9 CMSs tested: 5.4 seconds
Top 10 percent fastest CMS sites: 0.7 seconds
Movable Type: bottom red line. Very impressive. Movable Type has a static publishing model build in. Obviously most people use that. That makes Movable Type the undisputed champion where page load times are concerned.
WordPress and Joomla do very well also. Continue reading