4.3.4 GPL (GNU General Public License)    
5.0/5 2
An open source, free, platform-independent, lightweight, feature-rich and easy-to-use Content Management System (CMS)

editor's review





gp|Easy CMS (also known as gpEasy or gpeasy-cms) is an open source, PHP-based, cross-browser, multi-platform, free and modern web-based CMS (Content Management System) designed to be lightweight, easy to use and fully functional. It will help you to deploy fast websites in minutes, with minimum effort and without spending any money.

Features at a glance

Key features include a WYSIWYG editor, support for image galleries via Lytebox, SEO-friendly links, a file upload manager, editable theme content, a trash can, multiple user administration, flat-file storage, fast page loading, reCaptcha for contact forms, support for multiple languages, skinnable, powerful plugin architecture, email ready, and support for HTML Tidy.

Supports LESS and Bootstrap 3

Another interesting feature is that gp|Easy supports the LESS stylesheet language and the Bootstrap 3 mobile front-end framework, with which the development team can create beautiful Bootswatch themes for this powerful content management system. In addition, it is possible to install themes and add-ons created by the gp|Easy community with a single mouse click.

Responsive design, page manager and media management

With gp|Easy, what you see is what you get! You will be able to easily and effortlessly organize all of your media files (images, videos, music) via a slick web-based interface, control how the pages on your website are displayed, as well as to manage your website’s hierarchical structure in order to make it readable to all users. The true WYSIWYG editing functionality is provided by the astonishing and highly acclaimed CKEditor software. Thanks to the built-in Bootstrap components, responsive web development will be a piece of cake from now on.

Easy and fast installation process

Thanks to its easy and fast installation process, gp|Easy CMS can be used to deploy both commercial and personal websites, it works in safe mode with FTP functions, and doesn’t require a database. And the best thing of all is that it doesn’t require a database!

gp|Easy was reviewed by Marius Nestor
Last updated on September 17th, 2014
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