Sitellite is an advanced Web content management system (CMS) and content publishing tool, featuring multilingual support, advanced document versioning, workflow, privileges, and an easy-to-use visual editing interface for non-technical users. Sitellite is also a powerful framework for Web application development, including integrated support for AJAX and modern Web development concepts.
|Tags||Internet Web Site Management Information Management Dynamic Content|
|Operating Systems||Mac OS X Windows|
I've stopped actively developing Sitellite and have created a new, modern CMS and web framework for PHP 5.3+ called Elefant. Now that Elefant 1.0 is out, any Sitellite users should look at Elefant as Sitellite's upgrade path. Here's the Elefant website and its project page on Freecode: http://www.elefantcms.com/ http://freecode.com/projects/elefant-cms
Release Notes: This release features full multilingual site support, auto-saving for browser crash recovery, Safari browser support, significantly improved performance, security, search engine, WYSIWYG editing, workflow, SEO options, more controls for managing add-on settings from the GUI, and over 150 other enhancements, bugfixes, and usability improvements.
Release Notes: This is the second beta of the upcoming Sitellite 5. Several minor issues were fixed, including a "max key length" issue on MySQL 5 with UTF-8 tables, minor date calculation rounding errors, Safari WYSIWYG editing issues, and several PHP warning messages. This release also improves the loading time of the Xed WYSIWYG editor via CSS sprites, and adds more user interface polish to Xed and to the Sitellite installer.
Release Notes: This beta features complete multi-lingual Web site support, a vastly improved WYSIWYG editor (now with Safari support), auto-save for recovery from Windows/browser/network interruptions, improved security throughout, the ability to edit settings for add-ons through the GUI control panel, a more integrated search engine add-on, better control for SEO, noticeable performance improvements everywhere, and over 50 other enhancements, bugfixes, and usability improvements.
Release Notes: This release fixes issues with editing users, word importing, and LDAP searches. It has better PHP5 support, a new link browser, a new source editor, RSS improvements, AJAX library improvements for form parsing and POST request sending, and several bugfixes in the WYSIWYG editor, including a new HTML source view with search-and-replace with regex support.
Release Notes: IE7 is supported. Form spam abuse is prevented with CAPTCHA, blacklists, etc. Integration with Snipshot.com was added for image editing. Coral cache is used for traffic surge protection. File download statistics are available. The cache is automatically flushed to keep the site cache in sync. Google Maps and Google Site Maps were integrated. Many user interface improvements were made. SEO improvements were done, including more control over URLs. Many bugs were fixed.