WysGui 2.3

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Category: CMS / Portals
Stable Release: 2.3
Started In: 2009
Updated: May 3 2010
Native Language: English
License: GNU Library or "Lesser" General Public License version 3.0 (LGPLv3)

WysGui Description

WysGui is simple, easy to use, efficient, and versatile. Anything that says "Add to your web-site"- Those are for WysGui. Flickr, Google Widgets, Youtube, some Facebook apps.. other things. If it's meant to be on a regular, standard web-site, it will work on WysGui. Also, it'll probably be easier to put on WysGui than other solutions. WysGui is minimizing the need for FTP and virtual hosts, also exploring the possibilities of personal and outsourced cloud databases. Build your web-site with WysGui, and you're starting your future virtual cloud Operating System.

With WysGui 2.3's Back-Up & install features, PHP developers can use WysGui's versatile modular environment to create and organize frameworks right on their web-site. With a simple back-up, it's packaged and ready to go in seconds.

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WysGui Comments

Feb 22 2010, 9:04 pm
It is a very badly designed layout. However, I had a look at it and it has great potential. With a nice design and a good push, this CMS can become one of the big guns.
Aug 14 2009, 8:34 pm
WysGui themes are very customizable. I don't see anyone having a problem changing it. Yes it looks poor, and childish, but this thing has tremendous potential. When I first saw how themes were done in this CMS, I sort of laughed at your post. Anyone who's designed a web-site should be fine. Listen to the guy; he know what he's talking about.
Aug 4 2009, 8:29 pm
It always pains me a bit when I see a script like this.

It has obviously taken someone a very long time and a great deal of effort to write, debug, and enhance the script only to have its public acceptance undermined by staggeringly - cartoonishly bad aesthetics. This is arguably the ugliest theme / template ever imagined. Purely from a business point of view, the user is better off not having a website at all than having one this amateurish and just plain bad.

I hope the authors will partner with a good web designer or two and produce some aesthetic appeal for this otherwise basically good script.