Category: Lite Stable Release: 4.0 Started In: 2009 Updated: May 21 2013 Native Language: English Translated To:Bulgarian, Catalan, Chinese, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Lithuanian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Slovak, Spanish License:GNU General Public License (GPL)
gpEasy CMS Description
gpEasy is a complete content management system that lets users create rich and flexible Web sites with a simple and easy-to-use interface. The embedded design of the admin interface allows users to instantly see changes in a single browser window.
True WYSIWYG Editing (CKEditor)
SEO Friendly Links
File Upload Manager
Editable Theme Content
Deleted File Trash Can
Multiple User Administration
Flat File Storage
Fast Page Loading
Fast and Easy Installation
HTML Tidy (when available)
Demo will be deleted and re-installed in:
gpEasy CMS Demo
Sending/receiving email is disabled on all demos
Demos are the 'basic install' only, no add-ons, no content
My favorit CMS for small Internet-sites. The true WYSIWYG makes it possiible, that even "normal" users can maintain the content by their own.
mrGarold Aug 6 2012, 11:45 am
Its BEST, awesome CMS. Really its a CMS of my dream!
Sergei G May 7 2012, 1:16 am
I just did quite a bit of search for easy to use, easy to maintain and fast CMS and gpEasy appears to be the best. I tried Get Simple CMS and it simply did not compare in usability (both at web browser level and internal management).
SEL Apr 10 2012, 4:27 pm
A huge piece of good work. Thank you!!! And the most important - free and flat file storage.
Hakan Gur Apr 4 2012, 5:15 pm
Practical, easy to extend, reliable. I have designed web sites for various purposes and used many scripts - ranging from such complicated ones as Newscoop, e107, Wordpress and Moodle to such simple ones as LightNEasy. gpEasy is "simply" the best among so many "lite" CMS scripts I have used so far. I strongly recommend this script (visit www.dildersleri.gen.tr to see it in action).
ssartz Mar 19 2012, 5:59 pm
An amazing mini CMS... use it if you want to quickly set-up a decent site (especially on free domain hosting sites with no data base support). You really don't need the mysql etc luxuries to have a decent web presence... (I wish there were more themes and tricks available jquery etc) GREAT WORK, thank you guys!
Ihar Mar 17 2012, 5:06 pm
Its real awesome cms. Maximal user-frendly admin-panel. Very speed system for small and middle promo-sites.
Juergen Feb 10 2012, 2:26 pm
I just wanted to point this out. I'm stunned. gpEasy rocks! After months of testing different small CMS and just 2 days after starting with gpEasy my impression solely is: THIS ONE IS SECOND TO NONE IN IT'S CLASS! The in-page editing ist intuitive and straight-forward and well suited for non-techy minds. Almost all you need to manage a small website ist here and it's just the expected one or two clicks away. Great - 5 Stars!
Gregg DesElms Sep 10 2011, 5:59 pm
Hmm... gpEasy reminds me a little of what Zimplit originally promised it would be, but without the part where its makers offer to let people run it on their own server, but, in actuality, kinda' not really wanting that so much after all...
...and so, then, without all of the nuttiness that you'd expect from a situation like that.
Zimplit's downloadable, run-on-your-own-server version is encoded with stuff which one has to change remove in order to stop it from "phoning home" to Zimplit's servers; and it's poorly documented, etc.
Don't get me wrong, Ziplit's nice. But, in the end, it's kinda' almost best run from Zimplit's servers, the way Zimplit's maker seems to prefer things.
gpEasy's maker, though, seems -- and I'd have to actually install epEasy and see if I'm correct about this, but its maker at least SEEMS -- to be more far more straightforward, up-front and helpful, just generally.
Interesting. If one needed a very light-weight product of this type, one, it at least SEEMS, would be well-advised to give this one a try.
____________________________________ Gregg L. DesElms Napa, California USA gregg at greggdeselms dot com
MN Jun 8 2011, 4:35 am
Great job!! I am really impressed of what the authors have made. It is really one of best CMS that do not need mysql to work.
CS May 20 2011, 9:04 pm
gpEasy 2.1 has taken a major step for users. The new inline true wysiwyg editing is a big plus--now you see exactly how the page will look while editing. Not to mention the new page sections which make adding galleries, gadgets, other pages, etc., right into a page very easy to do.
gpEasy has become a very full featured CMS while remaining very easy to use. A+
PCMH May 17 2011, 10:42 am
Superb lightweight WCM. Surprisinglying powerful for a light, no-database WCM.
It manages multiple levels of navigation in a nested manner. It can also handle different menu structures in the same site, which is unique in this sector of the market.
The in-line editing for editors is excellent and intuitive to use. It also manages plug-ins and image galleries. It also has a content repository for managing files and images.
There are plug-ins for blogs, etc, although there is scope to develop more advance plug-ins in the future.
It is easy to control permissions for different users, which is very unusual but very helpful for a small business or local organisation where multiple people may need to update the site but may have limited technical skills.
There are a number of themes/templates to use but it is not difficult for a more technical person to adapt a theme or template to create a bespoke page design. Or create a new theme.
Installation is quick and easy to perform.
Overall, this is an excellent WCMS for a small business or organisation. It is particularly good for organisations with several updaters or users looking for a site with more than 1 level of navigation. The user interface is very slick and professional easy to use. It has many features that are not usually found in this sector of the WCM market but it has been scaled down very intelligently for small websites.
Benjamin Mar 6 2011, 12:54 pm
This is perfect! I've been searching for MONTH for a cms suitable for my mom, and now she's happily adding text and pictures to her page, and can even change the menu structure herself. And on top of that, I had no problem crating a complete new template, it's so easy!
Tom Graham Mar 3 2011, 4:32 am
Excellent CMS which matches its description. i.e. EASY, perfectly. I recently set it up as starter system for an inexperienced client and was delighted with the progress, as was the client. I would have no hesitation to highly recommend gpEasy.