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Jahia is a open source Enterprise Content Management System. It supports Content Management, Document Management, Wiki, Blog, Forum, Social networking, Workflow, Document search, Federated Search, Multilingual, Multi Site Management, Mobile Apps etc.
Enano has everything you expect from today's content management framework. It implements the concept of a wiki into the concept of a traditional CMS. It has well-organized administration interface. Most other Enano functionality uses AJAX. Editing, renaming, restoring, and deleting pages are all possible using the on-page AJAX controls. It has fine grained user control, Search engine support, Wiki features support, plug-in support and lot more.
COD is the Conference Organizing Distribution, used for building conference and event sites online. COD is built on Drupal. It helps to sell tickets or event registration, Full e-commerce is included.
Plone lets non-technical people create and maintain information using only a web browser. Perfect for web sites or intranets, Plone offers superior security without sacrificing extensibility or ease of use.
dotCMS is one of the fastest growing open source enterprise content management systems in the world. Twice recognized by Packt Publishing, and downloaded by tens of thousands of people, dotCMS is the choice for enterprise web CMS.
Geeklog manages dynamic web content. "Out of the box", it is a blog engine, or a CMS with support for comments, trackbacks, multiple syndication formats, spam protection, and all the other vital features of such a system. Geeklog was originally developed for the Security Geeks web site.
Dokeos 2.0 brings the web 2.0 experience to your elearning and collaboration platform with a true social platform and a lot of drag and drop interactions. We experienced that teachers, trainers, students and trainees tend to use only a few features in classical learning management systems.
ImpressCMS is a community developed Content Management System, developed in PHP and MySQL. With this tool, maintaining the content of a website becomes as easy as writing a document!
Absolut Engine, a news publishing system once, more of content management system (CMS) today, aims to be a simple and flexible PHP framework. With introduction of modules in v1.70 and a rewrite in v1.72 everything seems to be on way to stable and efficient PHP framework.This is CMS with XHTML 1.0 Strict valid output, using PHP/MySQL, clean URLs/friendly URLs, SEO (search engine optimization) enabled CMS.
ACP3 is a highly customizable and easy to use web content management system based on PHP5 and MySQL. FeaturesCompletely module based Valid HTML 5 and CSS 2.0 output low barriers for disabled people Automatic generation of breadcrumbs to improve usability even further Secure: protection against SQL-injections, salted passwords, complete input validation... Wordlike text input with the WYSIWYG-Editors CKEditor and TinyMCE Easy to customize: Layout based on html templates, which can be styled with