Free PHP Scripts - Content Management Systems (CMS)
CMSimple Content Management is designed for
webmasters with relatively small sites (less than 2 Mb in text content). It does
not need your site to have a database - the content of your site is stored in
in Mozilla and IE 5.5 and above (doesn't work in other browsers). The program
is free, but requires you to preserve the link to their site.
- Web Content Management System
phpwcms is a content management
system that uses PHP and MySQL. It includes multiple WYSIWYG editors, a frontend
CSS editor, image resizing capabilities, file manager, support for meta tags,
template editor, W3C conforming frontend rendering, etc. It can be installed on
Windows 2000/XP, Mac OSX and Linux. The package is released under the GNU General
- TYPO3 Open Source Content
TYPO3 is an open source content management system
that is multilingual; allows WYSIWYG editing using a rich text editor (this feature
is only for IE Windows users); has wizards for making tables, bullet lists, mail
forms, etc; allows multiple page editing; allows offline editing, preview of content
online, scheduled publishing; has an indexed search engine, a direct mail or newsletter
system, etc. Administrators have access control (the ability to control access
to various parts of the system), statistics, logging, version control with unlimited
undos, raw database access, etc. You can use HTML templates, PHP scripts, create
protected areas, and so on. The entire system is released under the GNU General
Content Management System
ezContents is an open source website
countent management system that uses PHP and MySQL. You can add authors that write
content, manage permissions, workflow, create a layout, etc. It supports both
sites with frames and those without.
- PHP Content Management System
This PHP content management script
includes a file manager, full text search engine, online editor, statistics, dynamic
menus, etc. Unlike many of the other content management systems (CMS), this one
works with flat files.
This content management script requires you to have PHP and
MySQL installed on your server. It supports templates, WYSIWYG previews, a sitemap,
a search engine, etc. It is released under the GNU General Public License.
This content management system is template driven and has a search engine, dynamic
navigation bar, article posting, banner management, news posting, link indexing,
etc. It is released under the GNU GPL.
According to the website, arbplate is a "PHP-based template system that allows
the separation of code and design." It is released under the GNU GPL. It looks
like you need MySQL.