Script of the Day: ImpressPages CMS

A PHP content management system with lots of drag-and-drop and inline editing

By on January 27th, 2013 17:01 GMT

If you ever have problems with your client work, ImpressPages is the CMS of choice for your “mentally challenged” clients that just can't work their way around an admin panel.

That might sound brutal and offensive, but we all know that once in a while we stumble upon a person with so little experience in handling a Web page that we need to dumb everything down and just adhere to the KISS (Keep It Simple Stupid) principle.

ImpressPages CMS does exactly this by core design. It was meant from the start to allow admins to edit the site right from the front-end page itself, using a utility toolbar shown at the top of the screen.

Containing all the tools an editor might need, from widgets to styles, page themes and SEO settings, the toolbar allows a simple “drag and drop to add content,” or “click to edit” action, enabling fast and simple customizations that absolutely anyone can understand and perform.

For users or developers currently discovering ImpressPages CMS, a demo can be requested here. Additionally, lots of video tutorials are available via ImpressPages' Vimeo and YouTube channels as well. The open-sourced code base that powers the CMS is publicly available on GitHub and on SourceForge.

Download ImpressPages CMS from our Scripts section here.
Check out more ImpressPages CMS screenshots here.

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