e107 Bootstrap CMS 2.0

1585 votes cast

Category: CMS / Portals
Stable Release: 2.0
Started In: 2004
Updated: September 3 2015
Native Language: English
Translated To: Bulgarian, Chinese, Czech, Czech, Danish, Dutch, French, German, Greek, Italian, Latvian, Norwegian, Persian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish
License: GNU General Public License (GPL)

e107 Bootstrap CMS Description

e107 is a content management system written in php and using the popular open source mySQL database system for content storage. It's completely free and totally customizable, and in constant development.

The e107 website content management system provides all the features you need to build a basic website or a fully interactive web portal. The website has a user management system, which controls access to the main areas of your e107 web system, which are fully controllable.

You can make you some, if not most or even your whole website totally private, useful for a families, clubs, businesses, intranets, business-to-business and other collaborative projects.

The e107 web site system is Fully Extensible and has a flexible API system which enables the core features of the system to be extended, without changing the core system code.

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e107 Bootstrap CMS Demo

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ChicksHate Me
Jul 4 2014, 11:24 pm
I did a great review on E107 years ago, but time has really changed things....

E107 was once great, easy to work with and had a good community. Now it's a JOKE!!!! All communications and support have been shut off.

I do a search for help on E107, and ALL searches take me to the main page. No longer to the great forum and community that once was. OLD users are left high and dry. The remnants of a forum are left read-only, IF you can even find it. No other way to get support.

I picture lemmings, falling off a cliff. I was one of them.....

I wasted 10 years learning and using E107. Following it. Contributing. Now, all previous support, community, etc.. is GONE. RUN from this CMS and don't look back. Patterns are called patterns for a reason. It will happen again to this new version as long as it's run the same way as it always has been. E107 may look good up front, but the wizards behind the curtain are idiots. They've destroyed a community., removed support, and ignore any communication. RUN!!!

There were signs, I just didn't want to see it. Great support was replaced by silence. Or Sarcastic help that drove users away in droves. More and more of the good moving on.... I should have seen it coming..... Look at the team size!!! Almost nothing now, where once it was full of smart, energetic and communicative programmers.

I HATE I wasted so much learning this, only to be sent to a dead end. Seems they want to forget about the OLD versions and community and start fresh. Maybe let someone else do Support and just slowly make a new version. Yet they still look for donations, without supplying the long term help. I hate to watch this epic fail in progress.

I wish I could buy this so-called "e107, Inc" and run it like a business SHOULD be run. But I am afraid it's too late.

Time to move on. But it's so aggravating. In the RIGHT hands, this CMS HAD amazing potential. That's what hurts.
May 21 2013, 8:52 am
e107 released it's v2 alpha just a few weeks ago. I'm loving the new features, as a site administrator and plugin developer. There are quite a few amazing new features that bring the system in line with current web standards.

These include built in SEO for site URL's, HTML5 and jQuery support, Twitter Bootstrap is integrated into the core, a new Schedule Tasks page so you can activate cron jobs provided by e107's Core or 3rd party plugins, the ability to search for and install Themes and Plugins right from the Administration pages of your website, a new object oriented API to use for plugin development.

That's just off the top of my head, there's plenty more to be excited about. e107 v2 is just an alpha, so don't use it for a live site, but the more people that try it out and find and report bugs, the better it's going to be.
Vlad Dascalu
Jul 14 2012, 1:09 am
Hi Helen, the demo uses the "e107 core" theme.

I'm not sure you'll be able to find it in the theme gallery, but it's the default theme that e107 has pre-installed by default.
Jul 12 2012, 11:47 pm
Can you tell what theme was used in the demo here? I browsed templates on e107 website and couldn't find anything similar.
Thank you.
Mar 27 2012, 6:01 pm
This is the best CMS i've used....
Easy installation...
Highly customisable...
Ton's of Themes available (Free & Premium)
Best support...
Best of all It's FREE....
Mar 18 2011, 8:25 am
I have a vast experience with every single CMS out there, and in terms of flexibility and simplicity e107 is simply the best.

Once you learn your way around it you will find that a lot of changes can be made in real tie in few simple clicks and in perfect integration with your website overall theme. Starting with 07.25 I see they are taking security even more serious then before and they backported some features from the 0.8 version (which is progressing very slow btw).

The default plugins that are shipped with the core of e107 expand the flexibility even more.
Jan 11 2011, 11:56 am
Like all programs, it is a learning experience. I use to use joomla and it was just to complicated. e107 could use a quick start guide in pdf, but they do have everything online in a wiki format.
Jan 8 2011, 9:00 pm
Jul 9 2010, 12:47 pm
I have tested drupal, Joombla, and Xoops. I must say that e107 only lacks SEO, which I hope they will address in a later version. I love the default forum module. The amount of plugins available to make a practical website is just astounding. I didn't like drupal's "there is a plugin for that" mentality. Drupal required too many plugins to do what I wanted it to do.
Jun 15 2010, 7:29 am
It seems that my system got 0wned and turned into a bot because I hadnt kept the e107 software up to date, totally my own fault.

Still one of the better CMS's about, the fact that they have a fix for the bug means that development is ongoing which is a must!

Still one to consider in my book.
Jun 6 2010, 3:26 pm
One Hell of a CMS!!
May 16 2010, 9:56 am
please add this link to e107 links
this site is persian support for e107
Apr 17 2010, 3:04 pm
I love this cms and always will, despite the fact that I use other cms's. The major pitfall I found for this cms was the themes. I mean have you tried creating a theme for it.. Its not only a ball ake but you end up stripping out half of your template just to make it compatible and work.
Then again, maybe I'm actually missing some thing, I'd love to see more documentation on this as every thing else in the cms is good. Would recommend for personal websites, does every thing you need plus more ! Very easy to customise.
Apr 11 2010, 8:24 am
very static and limit cms.
Mar 18 2010, 2:30 pm
e107 is a fine open source portal platform. I especially like the bridges, making it easy to link to other web applications.
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