Script of the Day: gpEasy CMS

A complete, fully featured, flat-file PHP Content Management System (CMS)

  The gpEasy admin panel is very easy to use and to edit a website's content
Suitable for environments where a database connection is not accessible, gpEasy is a PHP-based Content Management System working on top of a flat-file data storage system.

Suitable for environments where a database connection is not accessible, gpEasy is a PHP-based Content Management System working on top of a flat-file data storage system.

Extremely easy to install, mainly because there's no need to tinker around with an SQL-based database, gpEasy (or gp|Easy, as it was once known) can help webmasters set up a site within minutes, with or without any advanced PHP programming knowledge.

Besides the installation wizard that makes setting up the site look like a mundane task, adding and editing content can also be categorized somewhere between child's play and point-and-click experiences.

Admins only need to click what they want to edit and available options will appear in a modal floating above the rest of the page. It's really that simple.

But don't take our word for it. Check out a demo of gpEasy CMS via Opensource CMS here. The default admin credentials are admin / demo123.

If interested in contributing to the CMS' core, development is handled via multiple channels: Google Code, GitHub and/or SourceForge.

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

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By    17 Feb 2013, 17:01 GMT