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OpenCms is an Open Source website content management system. Intranet, Extranet and Internet sites can be quickly and cost-effectively created, maintained and managed. OpenCms enables you to create highly customized layouts and interactive functionality. Using OpenCms is fully browser based. The OpenCms software is installed on a web server, users access the system from any location with their web browser.

Its feature include Link management, Restore files, WebDAV support, Publish queue, Advanced users and role management, Context menus, Search workplace, Full text search, JSP integration, Multisite management, Unicode support, Integrated image processing, WYSIWYG editor, Module management etc.

Commercial support is also available.



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