Weebly makes it surprisingly easy to build a high-quality website, blog or online store. With powerful eCommerce features and popular mobile apps for iPhone and Android, Weebly has helped over 20 million entrepreneurs and small business owners bring their best ideas to life.
A blog is a website that is made up of posts listed in order by date (with the newest first). Originally, weblogs were intended as personal diaries on the world wide web but quickly became used for other purposes such as opinion pieces, topic specific discussions and more. Recently, multi-user blogs where more than one person contributes articles have become popular. They consist of a compilation of professionally edited posts and some are used for corporate advertising purposes, as discussions in specific niches and more.
The following is a list of blog software / platforms. We regularly maintain our lists and check them to ensure that each of the listed products are under active development and have had releases within the past year.
SetSeed CMS offers a compelling alternative to WYSIWYG-based content management and has a robust distinction between content and style. It's also designed to be the perfect CMS for web designers and agencies thanks to its multi-tenant self-hosted architecture and white-label functionality.
Blogger is a blog-publishing service that allows private or multi-user blogs with time-stamped entries. It was developed initially by Pyra Labs and then purchased by Google in 2003. Since then, it has been one of the top 3 publishing platforms for blogs.
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Boomity provides a website with a content management system (CMS).
RavenCMS (formerly RavenNuke) is an open source content management system frequently used by online communities and non-profit organizations, with a focus on security, integration, extensibility, and ease-of-use written in PHP and distributed under the GNU General Public License.
Vitubo is a flexible Content Management System which built for not only web agencies, web developers but also normal users.
Flazio is an innovative web app that makes the development of websites easy even for the amateur. "What you see is what you get" is the logic underlying Flazio technology: creating a website with no need to know programming languages.
Anchor is a super-simple, lightweight blog system, made to let you just write. Anchor gives you full freedom over your words. Just write in Markdown or HTML, whatever you prefer. Prefer your blog systems without the bloat? Anchor weighs in smaller than a standard JPG image (~150kb).
TypePad is a commercial blogging platform from company SAY Media (from the merger of Six Apart Ltd and VideoEgg).
Nucleus CMS is an open-source blog management software package written in PHP, with a MySQL backend, primarily written and maintained by Wouter Demuynck. It is used to manage frequently-updated Web content.
Main advantage of CMSSS is the most easiest theme system you ever seen. Designers can create theme and also code it, because of super easy theme system. Developers can create and install modules or implement custom scripts. Most of modules works out of the box.
CommonSpot(tm) by PaperThin is a secure Web platform that includes a content management system, a suite of marketing solutions, website optimization features, and an application development framework that allow organizations to create world-class Web experiences that drive impressive results.
Wix.com is a leading cloud-based web development platform with over 52 million registered users worldwide. Wix offers all its design capabilities: templates, mobile, etc…for free.
An easy and clever content manager system to create one-page responsive websites.
SiteSupra (www.sitesupra.com) is a website builder that allows regular computer users to create responsive websites free of charge.
Neos is a modern open source content management platform created by the Neos community. Neos is based on the PHP framework Flow and has a special strength in ease-of-use for editors.
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Bolt is an open source Content Management Tool, which strives to be as simple, flexible and straightforward as possible. It is quick to set up, easy to configure, uses elegant templates, and above all: It’s a joy to use. Built upon Silex with Symfony components, Bolt is free and open source.
Serendipity is a PHP based blog and web-based content management system. It is available under a BSD license. It supports PostgreSQL, MySQL, SQLite database backends, the Smarty template engine, and a plugin architecture for user contributed modifications.
An open source blogging platform with inline editing, handlebar templates, and a beautiful user interface.
SageFrame is a powerful Content Management System (CMS) built on top of ASP.NET. The main objective behind the development was to provide a highly comprehensive management system that could help web developers and designers accomplish projects with ease and efficacy.
BlogEngine.NET is a free, open source blog platform that uses XML to store all posts, pages etc. It was built on the .
HTMLy is an open source databaseless web publishing platform that prioritizes simplicity and speed. HTMLy can be referred to as a Flat-File Blog or Flat-File CMS, since it will also manage your content.
Virto Commerce is the only enterprise level e-commerce product fully available under Open Source license. Virto Commerce is based on .NET 4.5 with extensive use of MVC, IoC, EF, AngularJS, Liquid and many other cutting edge technologies.
Habari is a free and open source blog engine written in PHP and currently supports MySQL, SQLite and PostgreSQL for the database backend.
Geeklog is "Open-Source software that works as a Weblog, CMS or Web Portal." It is written in PHP and supports MySQL, PostgreSQL, or Microsoft SQL Server as a database backend.
Movable Type is Six Apart's flagship blog software product, launched in 2001. Today, this robust social publishing platform powers some of the websites and blogs of the world's largest media companies and Fortune 100 businesses, small and medium sized businesses, and power bloggers.