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PHP/MySQL tool to create and maintain weblogs.
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Nucleus is a tool to maintain one or more weblogs. It's written in PHP4 and requires a MySQL database. Features: one or more weblogs, multiple authors, categories, commenting system and karma votes, fully tweakable through skins and templates, plugin system, archives, search, file upload, drafts, IP banning, XML-RPC server implementation of the Blogger API/metaWeblog API, easy installation, RSS syndication, backup/restore, and more.

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20th December 2001
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11th February 2009

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Average User Rating: 4.6/5
A courageous but excellent choice verified
Reviewed byAnonymousonWed, 6th November 2013
Rating 5 - Excellent
Nucleus CMS is not particularly sexy. Nor is it packed with features that are shining but that nobody uses anyway... I use it for several blogs (yes, it's dedicated to BLOGGING), many of them are multiblog (integrated feature. No need for a complex manipulation: Wordpress users, you hear that?). It's FAST. After using wordpress, Dotclear and Serendipity, Nucleus is the FASTEST to load and pages are generated at the speed of light. It's PRODUCTIVE. As if you were in a wiki, you can add or edit a post directly from the interface of your blog. It's COMPREHENSIVE. I'm no technician... But I managed to personalize my blogs very easily. The template system is very simple to understand and to use. It's DOCUMENTED. It has a strong COMMUNITY: the forum users are always answering fast and efficiently. Not so great: lack of "new" plugins. All of them work fine, but I used to doubt their future. Lack of more modern skins... Although you can personalize them easily, don't forget Nucleus is focused on CONTENT. The appearance is secondary: it's good, but a bit old fashioned. I fell in love with this CMS after 2 days of trying it. I migrated all of my sites into Nucleus.
Nucleus is beatifull
Reviewed byAnonymousonSun, 22nd April 2007
Rating 5 - Excellent
I run a weblog at my own site and publish once a week. Now I've set up a Nucleus for a customer 75 years old, and he is happy that now he can publish whenever he wants. I find Nucleus easy to maintain and set up and love all the skins and possibilies to customize with the plugins. I guess there is a skin for every taste, and if it doesn't match exat, you can even customize the skin.
Downright excellent
Reviewed byAnonymousonMon, 29th November 2004
Rating 5 - Excellent
I've tried several blogs and not been happy with any until I found this. It's lightweight, neat, very professional and the skinning system is a joy to use. The plugins that are available work well but I feel the power of the plugin architecture is not yet being used to it's full potential. However being an open source developer myself makes me appreciate this work of art even more. Well done!
The Best Blogger and News manager!
Reviewed byAnonymousonFri, 29th October 2004
Rating 5 - Excellent
This is just what I was looking for my blog site. The best aspect is the easy to use template system. If you know a HTML and CSS, then it's easy to intergrate into your site. You can set up up more than one blog onto one database, which is great. Highly Recommended!
The best php based content management tool
Reviewed byAnonymousonMon, 8th September 2003
Rating 5 - Excellent
If you are looking for a php based content management tool, this is one of the best (if not THE best). I remember looking it up last year and within a week of usage,I had written three plugins without knowing php.Yup,writing a plugin for nucleus is that easy. The best feature of nucleus is undoubtedly the excellent event based plugin system using which you can extend it in any way you want.Couple this with an excellent skin/template system and excellent support at the forum,you have a winner!
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