Best CMS Scripts – Part 2

Want more great CMS suggestions? I have a few more that I think are really great. You have some suggestions on this list that everybody knows about and a few that you may not know so well.  So, which are the best of the best? That is up for debate – but I can tell you that all of these content management system scripts are superb in their own way.

Xoops 

Xoops is an easy to use dynamic web content management system written in PHP. XOOPS is an acronym of eXtensible Object Oriented Portal System. Though started as a portal system, XOOPS is in fact striving steadily on the track of Content Management System. It can serve as a web framework for use by small, medium […]

Zikula

Zikula is a very neat web application toolkit, which lets you run powerful websites and online applications. You could say they are a content management system too, but I think in the long term – they’d rather think of themselves as something that helps, beyond your average website.

e107

One portal and/or CMS that has it together is e107. Written using PHP and using MySQL for content storage, this excellent script is free to use, 100% customizable and is always being developed and improved upon.  Simply put, e107 is one of the best content management scripts for support, functionality, development and security.

WebsiteBaker

Want to bake yourself up a great website using a great content management system? WebsiteBaker is a free, flexible and extensible open source content management system that can get the job done.  WebsiteBaker is the best choice for designers, developers and users – whether you are a beginner, advanced person or geek. Give it a […]

PHP-Fusion

Written in PHP and MySQL, PHP-Fusion is a simple yet comprehensive administration system for your website.  Like many of the other content management systems we have looked at, it allows you to quickly and easily get a website up and running with all the bells and whistles you need.

PHP-Nuke

Originally a fork of the Thatware news portal system, PHP-Nuke is one of the older content management scripts out there that is still kicking and has still been able to put out a good performing script version after version. PHP-Nuke it a web-based automated news publishing and content management system based on PHP and MySQL. […]

PyroCMS

Simple. Flexible. Community Driven.  These are all words you can use to describe PyroCMS, one of my new favorite content management systems. It can be used by individuals, small to medium sized businesses or even large worldwide organizations. It makes it really easy to build a website or a web-enabled application.

ocPortal

Need to build a dynamic website in a hurry? ocPortal is another great content management system you have to choose from.  They have a really powerful tools and all the features you have come to expect from a script to help be your backbone to your website.

Mambo

Get a content management system that can be used for everything from simple websites to complex corporate applications. Get Mambo! This script is fully featured and tons of places use it.  Government portals, corporate intranets and extranets, ecommerce sites, nonprofit outreach, schools, church, and community sites all use this great CMS.

How did you like these suggestions? If you have another please be sure to leave it in the comments!

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