ImpressPages 4.0.11

276 votes cast

Category: CMS / Portals
Stable Release: 4.0.11
Started In: 2009
Updated: April 18 2014
Native Language: English
Translated To: Arabic, Chinese, Czech, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Japanese, Lithuanian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish, Ukrainian
License: GNU General Public License version 3.0 (GPLv3)

ImpressPages Description

ImpressPages is an open source PHP framework with content editor.
Technology behind this software empowers people to create beautiful websites with quality content.

ImpressPages meets the needs of both, web developers and content managers.
It provides users with clean code and powerful flexibility, plus a simple and straightforward management experience on top.

Main features include:
- open source and free;
- MVC engine;
- multi-lingual;
- inline editing;
- drag&drop interface;
- built-in SEO;
- hands-on support and close community.


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ImpressPages Demo

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ImpressPages Comments

Atari
Oct 2 2012, 7:47 am
Very nice CMS, simple and fast.
lpic.lt
Feb 27 2012, 7:04 pm
Very nice and easy to maintain. Easy to administer by a user who does not know HTML or by someone who does.
Pat
Feb 9 2012, 10:22 am
Really brilliant innovative CMS. This on is going to be a leader in a few years. I'd love to see this interface in a blog.
Paul
Dec 1 2010, 10:13 am
Nice firt impression but very simple CMS.
No user role settings available, but very nice add/remove content by drag&drop.
It could become very powerful in future release!
anotester
Oct 28 2010, 8:42 am
page content is added by drag and drog ! great way to create pages
Erik
Nov 30 2009, 11:02 am
I absolutely love the ideas behind this CMS. Only problem right now is our web host does not support PHP 5.3. Hopefully they will soon because I love the simplicity of this!
AJF
Nov 4 2009, 6:58 am
Great CMS cant wait to see the first full release.

Definately suitable for my client and have been looking for something just like this for years.

Would be great to have these features :

* Forum
* Print View
* RSS Reader
* Fading Banner Drag and Drop Gallery
* Lock Down of Modules & Content for Main web Admin
* Internal Messaging
* Comments feature for on content articles
* Login Area for Secure Pages to specific groups
* LDAP / Active Directory Auth option for secure pages & possibly user creation to lookup users from AD and give the option to creating them into ImpressPages Users

Keep up the fantastic work. I'm sure few of these features will be added soon when the main framework is complete.
patty
Oct 20 2009, 2:51 am
can someone help me , i tried the install>upload all the files and i when goinng to the link /install/index.php
___________________________________________________________
System checkPHP version >= 5.3 No


/files/ writeable (including subfolders and files) Yes
/images/ writeable (including subfolders and files) Yes
/video/ writeable (including subfolders and files) Yes
/robots.txt writeable Yes
/includes/config.php writeable Yes
----------------------------------------------------------
i checked the my hosting , it is php 5.3

what can i do thanks?
Anon
Oct 6 2009, 10:58 am
First CMS I've seen that considers (and understands) marketers and not developers. Great potential, but very limited at this time. I dislike the frames approach to the administration, and they need a more robust menu management system. System would improve immeasurably if site layouts (size, fluid or fixed and container position) were configuration options, and their drag and drop included a 'menu' object. For me, all the system needs to add is the ability to build out 'page' layouts (drag and drop 'containers'), assign a layout to a menu items, then drag the various content objects into them (menus being one content object option). Drag menu content object, select which one you want displayed, done. If these feature were available, I would use this today over Joomla, Drupal and all the other borked developer-oriented messes out there.
tolga
Sep 30 2009, 4:38 am
weak as a full CMS
- no user/admin/group management
- no ACL, secure pages etc.
- form inclusion is missing checkbox, radio, only text and textarea
- language translation is not a translation actually, it is creation of new menu tree and create new pages under
- system configuration has missing features

it is a very basic cms at the moment, if you want to use it for a company website do not expect too much.
andy
Sep 27 2009, 6:52 pm
From the initial impressions I've seen from the demo, very impressive indeed.
incognito
Sep 24 2009, 12:50 am
This system is actually implemented in the future cms system ideology. Very impressive!
AJ
Sep 23 2009, 1:42 pm
Cool stuff. I've never dreamed before that content management could be so simple. Drag-n-drop and that's it. WYSIWYG has new meaning - what you see is REALLY what you get. 5 stars. Go on quys.
franz
Sep 20 2009, 6:08 am
I'm in love with this cms! The backend could be faster though.
Anonymous
Jan 1 1970, 1:00 am

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