Concrete5 is an open source content management system that makes running a website easy. Go to any page in your site, and an editing toolbar gives you all the controls you need to update your website. No intimidating manuals, no complicated administration interfaces - just point and click. In-context editing for your clients, a flexible framework for your developers, an intuitive experience everyone can edit with the flexibility of an open source web builder.
6/15/2011 9:21:31 PM
By Steve Roberts
5/26/2011 5:49:30 PM
Concrete5 is so easy to use, training clients on how to use it has never been so simple. The inline editing makes it possible for even the worst techno-phobes to easily update their web sites.
Creating themes for this CMS is probably been the simplest implementation I have ever had to do.
There is a good selection of add-ons available, many are free, and the ones that are not free are sold at an affordable price in the marketplace.
The Concrete5 community is growing and unlike with other online forums it is a very friendly place to post.
This app deserves 5 stars without a doubt.
4/19/2011 10:08:14 AM
Easy to install and set up and easy to maintain, a breath of fresh air to the CMS arena.
4/8/2011 7:49:19 AM
agree with @rajma, this is a terriffic app.
By Eric B
4/7/2011 3:51:30 PM
Thanks Andrew for recognizing the need, our network is primarily Microsoft and I almost discarded even trying Concrete initially based on the lack of windows support. This is definitely a step in the right direction. Keep up the good work I’m really impressed w/ your Concrete5 product and we’re building 5 new sites just this month..!
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