MODx Evolution is one of the most deployed Open Source PHP applications. MODx can be used as a typical Content Management System as well as a platform for many more complex web applications. It offers complete freedom to website designers—allowing them to use any conceivable design. Developers can extend or add most any functionality required without restriction. The management interface can be completely customized to give the site administrators and content editors only the tools they need to use to make site management easy and painless.
MODx Evolution has a large number of core and user contributed addons to extend functionality and on which developers can based new functions and features.
MODx is supported by its ever expanding community of users in the MODx forums. The amazing MODx Community is one of the greatest features. Community members help and share with each other–showing each other new ideas, tips, tricks or just solving the simplest of issues.
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Way easier to use than Drupal or Joomla, and much more powerful than Wordpress. MODX is the 4th most commonly deployed open-source CMS, and it's obvious why. It's the "Easy-to-use Enterprise CMS". Some of the biggest companies and highest profile sites in the world are running MODX. NOTE: it's highly recommended to try out MODX Revolution, the most recent version of MODX, as it scales better and has a much more robust framework. Tons of features, unlimited flexibility, easy templating. MODX is a Dream Come True!
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