It’s briefly described by its developers as a website managing project, and it will allows you to easily and quickly create and maintain web pages on your website with minimum effort and in a shortest time as possible.
To install the webon application on your system or web server, you will have to first create the webon database. Then, you must copy the installation files from the tarball into your web server’s public_html directory by using the INSTALL shell script.
Furthermore, users must copy all of the webon files to the root of their web server and create the required database tables by using the http://your_web_server/webon/admin/create_table.php script. That’s it! From here, you can access the webon’s administration interface (public_html/webon/admin) and edit stuff.
Under the hood
webon is written entirely in the PHP server-side scripting language. It’s a web application that requires a reliable and stable web server, as well as the PHP5 programming language and the PostgreSQL database server.
Supported operating systems and platforms
Being written in PHP and designed from the ground up to be deployed on top of a web server, such as Apache or nginx, the webon application will mainly run under a GNU/Linux operating system. It has been successfully tested under both 32-bit and 64-bit instruction set architectures.
Reviewed by Marius Nestor, last updated on October 2nd, 2014
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Application descriptionwebon is an open source, free and platform-independent application that allows users to easily and effortlessly manage...