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XOOPS is an extensible, OO (Object Oriented), easy to use dynamic web content management system written in PHP. It is a very popular advanced portal system. Xoops is an easy to use dynamic web content management system written in PHP. XOOPS is the ideal tool for developing small to large dynamic community websites, intra company portals, corporate portals, weblogs and much more.
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Drupal is a free software modular content management framework, content management system and blogging engine which was originally written by Dries Buytaert as a bulletin board system. Today, it is used by many high-traffic websites, including The Onion, Spread Firefox, Ourmedia, KernelTrap, and the Defective by Design campaign. It is particularly popular for building online communities, and has the tag line "Community plumbing". Drupal is written in PHP. As of January 29, 2007, the current version is 5.1. An advanced portal with collaborative book, search engines friendly URLs, online help, roles, full content search, site watching, threaded comments, version control, blogging, news aggregator. Homepage: http://drupal.org/ Signup: drupal step-by-step instructions.
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Geeklog an Ultimate Weblog System that is an open source portal system that can be used as a story telling software, news system or online community. It supports article posting, threaded comments, event scheduling, and link management. Geeklog is a PHP/MySQL based application for managing dynamic web content. A portal system with a wide range of modules. Homepage: http://www.geeklog.net/ Signup: geeklog step-by-step instructions.
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Mambo is a business-oriented open source CMS, it can be hosted on any server as long as it runs PHP and MySQL. Mambo is the perfect solution for developers and novice users alike who demand a simple yet elegant way to deploy professional websites rapidly. A professional level yet easy to use Content Management System featuring inline WYSIWYG content editors, newsfeeds, syndicated news, banners, mailing users, links manager, statistics, content archiving, date based content, 20 languages, modules and components. Homepage: http://mamboserver.com/ Signup: mambo step-by-step instructions.
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PhpWCMS is an open source web content management system perfect for professional, public and private users. It works on any web server platform that supports PHP with MySQL, having been successfully tested on Windows XP and 2000, Mac OS X, and Linux It is very easy to learn and gives you the flexibility to separate layout and content. Lots of powerful but simple implemented features assists publishers and web developers too. Homepage: http://www.phpwcms.de/ Signup: phpwcms step-by-step instructions.
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PhpWebsite is a very powerful Content Management System that is often used by community groups and education users with document manager, announcements, menu manager, photo album, block maker, FAQ, web pages maker, polls, information categorizer, calendar, link manager, form generator. PhpWebSite is a customizable modular multi-feature package; each component can be enabled / disabled and modified by the phpWebSite administrator. PhpWebSite extends the customization to the user with selectable skins / themes. Homepage: http://phpwebsite.appstate.edu/ Signup: phpwebsite step-by-step instructions.
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Siteframe is a flexible, extensible community content-management system that supports images and multiple document types. A straightforward content-management system designed for rapid deployment of community-based websites. Nice-looking templates, oriented toward document-sharing, clean interface. Siteframe encourages the growth of online communities by allowing members to upload and edit site content such as pictures, articles, links, and files. Siteframe automatically takes care of sizing images appropriately and creating thumbnails
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