SnippetMaster provides a simple-to-install and configure web-site content management system that offers exactly the kind of limited functionality most of us web designers want to give our clients. With a minimum of fuss, you can have SnippetMaster up and running and give your technologically challenged clients the ability to contribute text and images to their own pages without them destroying all the hard work you've put into a coherent design. You can decide how much or how little functionality you want to give them by commenting out a few lines of code, which is an enormous advantage to most CMS-es on the market. No more two a.m. "can you just drop everything and change two words on the home page" calls. They can do it themselves, and you can get some sleep. As I wrote to the developer: can't tell you how many CMS systems I've looked at over the past six weeks for my clients. Yours is by far the best. Too many of the others provide way too much functionality. Anybody who needs a CMS likely needs very limited functionality or they'll get confused, start clicking things they don't understand, and mess a well-designed page up. I know you know this, but it's curious how many other CMS designers really don't get it. I've been building sites for almost ten years, and I'm mildly intimidated by some of these CMS interfaces and know my clients would throw their hands up. They just want to be able to update text. Maybe throw an image on a page if they're feeling frisky. Great job.