CMS Ratings

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Vesthelm Engine 2.0.0

90 votes cast

Vesthelm EE is a flexible site engine which allows you to develop amazing online applications.
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WalrusCMS 1.4

55 votes cast

An easy to use intuitive edit-in-place java based content management system.
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web@all CMS 2.0

1347 votes cast

web@all is a PHP content management system (CMS). If you get to know it well enough, you can use it to do anything with it.
9 comments posted
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Webessence CMS 2.0

107 votes cast

Webessence CMS is a lightweight, fast and powerful CMS.
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WebJaxe 1.1

72 votes cast

WebJaxe is a free CMS based on XML documents edition.
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Webmatic 3.0.7

90 votes cast

Webmatic its a free GNU/GPL object oriented php script that lets to create a complex website. With Webmatic its possible to manage: menu, pages, forums, chat, newsletter, survey and more...
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Website Baker 2.8.3

3177 votes cast

Website Baker 2 features include a template-based front-end, multi-level modulated page support, multi-user administration, and much much more!
181 comments posted
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webSPELL 4.2.3a

321 votes cast

webSPELL is a free Content Management System (CMS) for clans and gaming communities, providing all needed features like forums, gallery, clanwar system ...
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Wolf CMS 0.8.0

458 votes cast

Wolf CMS simplifies content management by offering an elegant user interface, flexible templating per page, simple user management and permissions, as well as the tools necessary for file management.
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WordPress 3.4.1

2909 votes cast

WordPress is a state-of-the-art semantic personal publishing platform with a focus on aesthetics, web standards, and usability. More simply, WordPress is what you use when you want to work with your website software, not fight it.


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