Script of the Day: jCore

An open source content management system (CMS) written in PHP

  jCore is an open source content management system (CMS) written in PHP
Incredibly packed with features, jCore is a modern CMS (content management system) for all developers fond of working with PHP and MySQL.

Incredibly packed with features, jCore is a modern CMS (content management system) for all developers fond of working with PHP and MySQL.

Ranking as one of the best CMSs our Scripts team has ever tested here on Softpedia, jCore can be used by anyone, with or without any programming experience behind them.

Easy to deploy via the built-in installation wizard, jCore comes with an administration panel for controlling everything that moves on the site's front-end and back-end alike.

While common features like support for themes, plugins and WYSIWYG editing are provided as any good CMS would, more advanced tools are also shipped with jCore. This includes multi-site support, multi-lingual capabilities, RSS syndication, dynamic Web forms, a menu manager, advanced data protection and support for a multi-user environment.

If this brief highlight of jCore has sparked your interest, a demo can be tested here, while the open-sourced code can be forked from GitHub from here.

Download jCore from our Scripts section here.
Check out more jCore screenshots here.

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By    6 Jan 2013, 17:01 GMT