mojoPortal - CMS made easy

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mojoPortal is a powerful content management, easy to learn, easy to use. It creates standards compliant web pages and content right in the browser. It has cross platform support as it runs on Mono. It works with multiple database. It has support for multiple sites with single installation.

It has support for blogs, Forums, Event Calendar, Google Maps, Photo Galleries, Chat, ecommerce, Secure File Sharing, Newsletter, Surveys, Polls, Breadcrumb, Flexible menu, Full text search support using dotLucene. Content could be personalized. Authenticate user against LDAP, Active Directory, Database or using OpenID. It has support for Content Workflow, Content Versioning and lot more.

It has inbuilt integration for Twitter and Google Analytics.



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