the next generation open-source WordPress CMS alternative is a free open-source modern CMS solution for developers and designers. It is the ideal solution for enterprise and developers. is packed with dozens of features aiming to be easy to use for content creators and editors, effortlessly customized by designers, and extensible for developers.

Developers can easily build custom themes, custom content models, plugins to add new features and functions and integrate 3rd party services and solutions. offers long-term support for its releases, which means every production release goes through extensive testing and quality check before production.

The system is built to manage multilingual content, so it is the right solution for companies that target audiences and customers in their languages.

Out of the box, supports multiple sites and domains with one installation, so if you want to set up multipurpose websites, you should consider trying it out. Features

Why you should consider using

  1. Fancy Editor
  2. Inline editor support
  3. Revision control
  4. Multi-site support
  5. Multi-languages content creation and support
  6. Content custom audiences
  7. Package manager
  8. Command-link interface
  9. Users with roles and permissions
  10. Multi-content element
  11. Custom content and documents
  12. Categories and taxonomies
  13. Custom content templates
  14. Rich media manager
  15. Human-readable and SEO-friendly URLs
  16. Complete form workflow with a form framework and a form builder
  17. Spam protection
  18. Newsletter subscription
  19. SEO custom fields
  20. Built-in SEO workflow
  21. Plugins
  22. Multiple search support with plugins
  23. Command-line interface
  24. Easy deployment with version control
  25. Own templating engine
  26. Built-in routing and redirects
  27. Package manager
  28. Accessibility support
  29. Video content
  30. Media and assets manager
  31. Sliders, carousels, and galleries manager (3rd party)
  32. Diagram and charts (3rd party)
  33. Content variations (“dimensions”)
  34. Import and export
  35. File-replace
  36. Cloud storage support (3rd party plugin)
  37. MediaWiki plugin
  38. Asynchronous image generation
  39. Images in WebP format
  40. Workspace with advanced rich workspace manager
  41. CSRF Protection

What can you do with

  1. Content-based website
  2. Magazine
  3. News portal
  4. Community portal
  5. Company website
  6. eCommerce portal
  7. Personal website
  8. Project portfolio
  9. Products showcase
  10. B2B website CMS integration is already integrated with dozens of solutions and services:

  1. eCommerce: Magento open-source eCommerce system, PayPal, Shopware, and Braintree.
  2. Nextcloud, Google Drive, Dropbox
  3. Grammarly
  4. Free stock photo services: Pexels and Unsplash
  5. SEO services: Matomo, Google Analytics, and Yoast Academy
  6. Slack
  7. Twitter, Facebook
  8. YouTube and Vimeo

Setup requirements

  1. PHP >= 7.3.0
  2. Database (MySQL >5.7.7 or MariaDB > 10.2.2) or PostgreSQL > 9.4
  3. Nginx or Apache web server
  4. Git (for development)


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