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Web Content Management System

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Supermassive Web CMS
Web Content Management System
The Supermassive CMS is a web-based content management system for online publishing, group forums, and private intranets. It was built to be a simple, flexible, and extensible platform for non-technical users to publish and control their own web content in a Linux/Apache MySQL/PHP (LAMP) environment, the most popular server configuration on the internet. The following is a partial list of features for the 1.0 release.

Internet Server & Protocol Compatibility

  • Full PHP 4.0 and PHP 5.0 compliance
  • Full CSS compliance - Easy to customize styles!
  • Built in RSS 2.0 content syndication
  • Full IE/Mozilla/Safari cross-browser compliance
  • Small installation footprint (under 5 mb)

Content Management Features

  • Easy one-step web publishing and editing
  • Automatic image upload
  • Advanced content tagging and classification
  • Sort by category, subcategory, or keyword tags
  • Unlimited content categories and subcategories
  • Fully integrated browse and advanced search functionality
  • Multiple levels of document security
  • Document rating for mature content
  • SEO optimized for search engine meta data
  • Unlimited parent/child nesting between records

User Account Management

  • Full user account management
  • Personalized user profiles
  • Multiple levels of user rights and permissions
  • User tracking and guest visitor logging
  • Flexible comment management and comment spam control

Additional Features

  • Flexible Feedback form generator with auto-spam filter
  • Optional Innova WYSIWYG HTML editor for easy content layout
  • Built-in RSS feed aggregator
  • Simple PayPal e-commerce interface
  • Comprehensive online help and internet knowledge base
  • Free Supermassive.NET support for licensed users

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