Cuyahoga - .NET web site framework
Cuyahoga is .NET web site framework. It provides content management capabilities with modular approach. It works with .NET 2.0 - 3.5 with SQL Server, PostgreSQL or MySQL as database backend.
It has all features that a Content Management System should have. It helps to easily manage multiple templates, users, groups and roles management. Support for WYSIWYG editor, RSS, Search engine friendly url, Content localization are provided.
The best part with this CMS is, its modular based design. All features are modules and each module could communicate with each other. This design helps developers add their own modules and extend the functionality. This CMS has support for multiple site with one installation. Each site could be accessed by separate URL.
Cuyahoga is not meant to be a complete portal solution like DotNetNuke or Rainbow Portal it ships with a limited amount of modules.
Sourceforge location: http://sourceforge.net/projects/cuyahoga/
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