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Bookmarks tagged with “cms”

  1. Don’t Trust Your CMS — Following: How We Live Online

    On CMSs stripping formatting and how troublesome that can be. My first thought is “Why is this CMS so awful that the journalists aren’t writing and editing their own drafts in it?” (via @simonw)

  2. Known: create a single website for all your content

    Hosted or self-hosted open source, personal CMS/blog that can send your posts, photos etc to Twitter, Facebook, Flickr, SoundCloud, etc. (via Warren Ellis)

  3. How We Build CMS-Free Websites | Development Seed

    On using Jekyll, GitHub Pages and Prose.io to make websites without a traditional CMS.

  4. Perch - A really little content management system (CMS)

    I’ll forget what this is called if I need to find it again. Sounds like it could be handy, and a shiny blue and pink site always makes things seem even nicer. (via Mildlydiverting)

  5. Python Package Index : Mezzanine 0.2.2

    “A content management platform built using the Django framework” and with a nice WordPress-style admin interface.

  6. Melody: Community Powered Publishing

    An in-development open source CMS designed to be compatible with Movable Type. Not sure why, but maybe it’s interesting…?

  7. Stacey, Simplified portfolios

    “Stacey is an easier way to create a portfolio site. No database setup or installation files, simply drop the application on a server and it runs. Your content is managed by creating folders and editing text files.” Looks lovely. (via Infovore)

  8. How to: create a wiki with Drupal | Cwgordon7’s blog

    Drupal was quite lovely and easy to install, if complicated. But the wiki still felt a bit “not quite right” somehow.

  9. RubyFrontier Documentation

    Another CMS… imitating Userland Frontier. I can’t decide if this is brilliance and/or madness. (via Daring Fireball)

  10. Nanoc: a Ruby CMS that generates static HTML » home

    Another little CMS. “runs on your local computer and compiles Markdown, Textile, Haml, etc. documents into static web pages, ready for uploading to any web host.” (via Daring Fireball)

  11. Webby :: Webby

    Mini CMS in Ruby. Mainly just converts text into web pages using a variety of templating languages. (via Daring Fireball)

  12. Expression Engine vs Textpattern / journal / hicksdesign

    Thoughtful comparison of both CMSs. (via Daring Fireball)

  13. Widgetfinger - Simple Content Management for Simple Websites

    Looks like an awesome thing that would be great for a huge percentage of small business websites. I was a thrown by being asked for ‘Company Name’ first off when creating an account though. (via Infovore)

  14. Asaph - phoboslab.org

    Nice-looking and very simple weblog CMS focused on collecting links, photos and quotes, rather than writing stuff yourself. (via Daring Fireball)

  15. Chyrp

    Simple-looking, open-source, decently-featured PHP/MySQL-based weblog engine with built-in support for different kinds of Tumblr-like posts. (via Daring Fireball)

  16. O2b.net » Seedmagazine.com — Lookin’ Good

    On using Movable Type as a CMS for Seed magazine’s website. Mainly because I need the four MT plug-ins mentioned and I’ll forget their names otherwise. (via Kottke)

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