Content Management Tools
Choosing a CMS - What you Need to Know
Choosing your content management system CMS is a big step for any site, but there are a lot of things you need to consider, to be sure that you're getting the best you can. From the backend server information through what the CMS costs and what it supports you need to know these things to choose the CMS that's right for you and your site.
Introducing the Macromedia Web Publishing System
More than just a content management system, the new Macromedia Web Publishing System puts together everything an organization would need to publish to the Web quickly and effectively without the hassles of a CMS. This system includes new releases of Macromedia Contribute 3 and Macromedia FlashPaper 2.
Content Management Tools
Content management tools allow companies to take control of their Web pages by managing the content as distinct from the design. The days of writing HTML for large Web sites may be numbered as content management tools take the floor.
Bitrix Site Manager
Bitrix is a high-powered CMS that supports features like blogs, analytics, history of page edits, polls, surveys, photo galleries, and much more. You can download a free trial and demo this CMS for 30 days to see if you like it.
CMS Made Simple
CMS Made Simple is an Open Source PHP CMS system that makes it easy for you to maintain websites. It's a CMS for experienced Web designers.
Documentum is more than a Web content management system, it's a complete document management system. If your company is looking for an integrated approach to all your documents, Documentum provides a lot of power.
TeamSite is a very powerful enterprise level CMS. It has lots of templates and management engines and can provide a company with a large website a lot of power over all the pages.
Vignette Web Content Management
Vignette offers strong taxonomy and process flow for enterprise websites. This is a high-powered CMS.
Manila is a and WYSIWYG editor for Windows Macintosh. It is best suited to Small Business Owners.
SilverStripe is an open source CMS and framework that makes it easy to manage your website. It was designed for the people who write the content for web pages, not the people who write the HTML.
MODx Revolution is an open source CMS that can get your clients and customers up and running with a CMS with just a short training period, and without breaking the site.
mojoPortal is an open source CMS that doesn't require any HTML to use. You can set up your site with blogs, forums, event calendars, photo galleries, chat, ecommerce, and more.
XOOPS is an open source portal system for managing your content. You can use it as just a blog or install other portals to get more features.
LiveStreet CMS is an open source (GPL) engine for building blogs and social networks. It supports blogs, collaborative blogs, rating systems, internal mail, and more. It also has support for a multi-language interface.
Pimcore is an open source tool that includes web content management, asset management, and even product information management. It is based on the Zend Framework and is licensed under the BSD license.
TomatoCMS is an open source CMS on the Zend Framework. It also uses jQuery and the 960 Grid system for building pages. There is a visual layout editor to manage the page designs and there are lots of security features including the ability to block IPs from viewing your site at all.
A free, open-source content management system written in PHP.