Microweber is a drag-and-drop Web content management system that makes it possible to create Web sites without any programming. You can edit text directly on the site and see the results in real-time rather than having to constantly reload the page. You can also reorder site elements and extend them using custom modules such as galleries and contact forms. Every aspect of your page’s elements can be changed, including their skin.
Napata CMS is a CMS for sites that are biased towards sharing information, primarily with text. It is a little wiki-like, but not a wiki. The CMS's frontpage almost resembles a blog's homepage.The script has three dedicated variants depending on the syntax in use: Mediawiki-like Markup variant, Markdown variant, and WYSIWYM variant. It incorporates a simple revision system that saves a copy of any post/article that is edited. It is easy to install using an intuitive Web installer.
openPLM is a Web-based Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) application. It provides a configuration management system that manages all kind of files and data as documents in a product structure. It supports documents, parts, BOMs, part-document links, electronic signatures for objects, revision management, check in and check out for all files, plain text search using the Xapian engine, navigation between objects using Graphviz, and user management that allows sponsorship, delegation, and rights. Plug-ins are available for Thunderbird, OpenOffice/LibreOffice, FreeCAD, and Gedit.
Magnolia is a CMS which delivers smartphone simplicity on an enterprise scale. The mobile-inspired HTML5 user interface works through customisable, task-focused Apps, a notification stream called the Pulse, and a system of Favorites for quickly accessing the workspace. Magnolia allows organizations to orchestrate online services, sales, and marketing across all digital channels, maximizing the impact of every touchpoint. Magnolia’s Open Source technology, support of open standards such as CMIS and JCR, and integration with the Spring Framework enable developers to unlock backend systems and third-party applications. Magnolia is used in more than 100 countries across the world by governments and leading FORTUNE 500 enterprises.
ZORNA is a powerful, consistent, and flexible content management platform. Built using the Django framework, it provides natively, among others, the following features: corporate social network, CMS, file management (personal and shared), collaborative workspaces for groups of users (microblogging, instant chat, event planning, file sharing, message tracking), search engine, shared calendars, FAQs, notes, forms builder, LDAP authentication, and much more.
MockMockWeb is a Heroku-ready Node.js-based Web application server which allows you to mock up a website in seconds. It allows you to instantly launch a website which sends an empty page (with status 200) to any request/URL and edit any page on the spot. You can also edit the layout shared throughout your website. It lets you build a mock (sometimes real) website in a request-driven interaction.
Docebo’s Joomla LMS Plugin allows Joomla! users to transform their Web site into an e-learning portal by integrating the Joomla! CMS with the Docebo LMS (Learning Management System). It allows you to embed online courses in a Joomla! website and assign training by using the Joomla! dashboard, access courses and training reports and control the whole e-learning project directly from Joomla!, display courses assigned to logged-in users using a widget, and integrate Docebo with the Joomla! user database, including single sign on.
WordPress is a state-of-the-art, semantic, personal publishing platform with a focus on aesthetics, Web standards, and usability. It was born out of a desire for an elegant, well-architected personal publishing system. While primarily geared towards functioning as a Weblog, WordPress is also a flexible CMS capable of managing many types of Web sites. In addition to the basic blog functions, it also has an integrated link manager, categories, tags, custom taxonomies, file attachments, XFN support, support for stand-alone pages, Atom and RSS feeds for both content and comments, blogging API support (Atom Publishing Protocol, Blogger, MetaWeblog, and Movable Type APIs), spam blocking features, advanced cruft-free URL generation, a flexible theme system, and an advanced plugin API.