We last reviewed Concrete5 in 2009 when it came onto the scene with a bang. Designers everywhere reacted to this new CMS with mixed feelings. Most of the people who tried it, were blown away and loved it. Today, we've gone back and put together a more current Concrete5 Review for you.There were a lot of WordPress and Joomla fans who were unimpressed with the way the system was being marketed at the time. Concrete5's fearless leader, Franz Maruna, was quick to point out that his system was better than the big two (Drupal and Joomla) and wasn't mincing words about it.… Read More →
concrete5 is a building material for the web. Working with a web designer or pre-existing theme, a site owner can create and easily change the content and structure of a website.
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After the major release of Concrete5 5.7, the Concrete5 team has just unveiled a new batch of updates concerning Grid Framework improvements, theme customization, and so forth. Concrete5 is a popular open source content management system with a reputation for flexibility and its strong community. So strong in fact, that Concrete5 has just been awarded the 2014 People's Choice CMS Award for Best Free PHP CMS. Read More →
With the enormous number of free PHP based content management systems on the market, it can be difficult at best to weed through the various projects in search of the best one for your needs.
Today, we can hopefully make that task a little bit easier as we announce the winner of the 2014 People's Choice CMS Award for Best Free PHP CMS. Read More →
The Concrete5 Marketplace consists of a Themes marketplace and an Add-ons Marketplace. Both have now been upgraded to include dedicated Concrete5 5.7 sections. The open source content management system has a strong history and a firm community. Recently, version 5.7 was released, and then swiftly upgraded with a further two minor updates. Read More →
The Concrete5 team have been busy recently, releasing version 5.7, before updating it twice. They've also released some developer resources for anybody wanting to delve into the code. Concrete5 is an open source content management system with a reputation for flexibility and its strong community. Version 5.7 brought about a myriad of updates, and Concrete5 have continued to add to it since. The result? A long, long list of new stuff for Concrete5 users to enjoy. Read More →
PortlandLabs , the company behind Concrete5 CMS, has released new tools and pricing to serve enterprise organizations that want an easy way to edit their website. Thanks to a simple point-and-click interface and editing toolbar, Concrete5 has become a popular choice for users who want a CMS that helps manage websites easily. And now, enterprise users can get in on the action. Read More →