Open Source Content Management System

Why choose CMS Made Simple™?

User FriendlyUser Friendly
Highly ExpandableHighly Expandable
Design FreedomDesign Freedom
Powerful AddonsPowerful Addons
Open SourceOpen Source

CMS Made Simple offers an easy to use interface for end users, while maintaining a powerful backend for developers.With an extensive API combined with the Smarty templating engine, custom modules and tags are a breeze.If you can make it with HTML and CSS, it can be a CMS Made Simple design. No need to purchase templates or add PHP code.With a large range of third party modules and tags, you can easily turn your sites into feature-rich applications.We encourage open collaboration. Join the Dev Team and contribute, or fork the project to bend it to your will!

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Who is CMS Made Simple™ for?

For Editors

Maintain and update your site quickly and easily from anywhere with a web connection.

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For Designers

Freedom to design the site you want. Straightforward templating that makes turning your designs into pages a breeze.

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For Developers

A modular and extensible Content Management System that, with the Smarty templating engine, is easy to customize to create the sites and applications you want.

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Announcements

Announcing CMS Made Simple v2.2.10 - Spuzzum

Posted March 6, 2019 by calguy1000
Category: General, Releases, Announcements

Today we are announcing the release of CMS Made Simple v2.2.10 - Spuzzum. This is a security and stability release. We have fixed some relatively important security vulnerabilities, and fixed some long standing issues.

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Developer's Corner - Redirect all incoming URLs to the correct canonical URL - By Rolf Tjassens

Posted February 27, 2019 by scotch33
Category: General, Tutorials

Longstanding Dev. Team Member Rolf Tjassens runs the fantastic 'CMS Can Be Simple' website blog. On there, you'll find many many useful tips, trick and code snippets that will help you superpower your CMS Made Simple site.

The most recent blog (at the time of writing) provides a useful method to redirect any URLs that can reach a page to the correct canonical URL. As multiple URLs opening the same page can have a bad influence on the SEO status of a site, this is a handy article. Don't take our word for it though, take a look on Rolf's website and while you're there, browse some of the other great articles.

https://cmscanbesimple.org/blog/redirect-all-incoming-urls-to-the-correct-canonical-url