phpWebSite provides a complete web site content management solution. All client output is valid XHTML 1.0 and meets the W3C's Web Accessibility Initiative requirements. Currently features: blog posting, web page creation, bulletin board, version control and approval, form generator, user management with granulated item administration, calendar, rss feeds, user-customizable theme support and more.Visit publisher site: phpWebSite
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Where have you been all my life? I've played around with a few CMS's but found them too complicated and unwieldy for most small sites. PHPWEBSITE fits the bill perfectly and is a one click install if you have the CPANEL/Fantastico option!
I started using this program based on these reveiw ratings, I should have researched it more. VERY buggy and and NOT ready for prime time and this is like 5 years in to development. Take a pass. Phpnuke worked better than this years ago.
I read these reviews from way back in 2001 when this project was a baby and people thought it was great. Its getting better, and when you get into the development community and start looking at the design, you start to see the genious behind the phpWebsite philosophy and how great this thing could get. When picking a content management system, potential is worth alot, because you may use it for years to come. If the features suit your need, then bet on phpWebsite and you will be ahead of everyone when it is the premier opensource CMS and everyone else is trying to switch to it.
Having used phpWebSite since v 0.8.2, and after installing it for a number of clients, it is nice to see it finally coming of age. Documentation remains less than satisfactory, and installation is increasing in complexity, but this is nevertheless a very nice CMS. Intuitive and professional. The coding team would do well to stop coding for a while and work on documentation, however. This may be the most poorly documented full featured CMS currently available.
Okay, I read the previous reviews and one said: '...move on to something that works...' while everyone else gave it a positive review. So I decided to find out for myself! What did I find? Well, first off it was much easier to install than many of it's competitors, also updating content was a breeze too. If anything it may lack some feature that I'd want for myself and I would have called it a CMS as opposed to a Portal, but that does not detract from the fact that this is a fine piece of work.