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WebGUI (pronounced web-gooey) is one of the most popular content management systems (CMS) available today. It is downloaded thousands of times per month and is in use as an Intranet application framew... More

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system administrator : LICENSE : gnu general public license (gpl)
OPERATING SYSTEM : os independent
USER INTERFACE : web-based
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Easy To Use And Has Everything You Would Want In A CMS App

Benefits of WebGUI (from the webgui.org site, and I concur!)

Short Friendly URLs

Never worry about ugly numeric ID's or other things in URL's that make it hard for search engines and people to use a site.

Rich User Interface

WebGUI has a rich user experience that allows users to place their content through a drag-n-drop interface; helps users pick dates, colors, and more; and has a highly customizable rich editor to allow users to format content quickly and easily.


Users see their own view of the site through dynamically generated navigation and content. In addition, content can be displayed based upon users' viewing habits.

Easy To Install

With the use of the WebGUI Runtime Environment (Unix, Mac, Linux, BSD) and the WebGUI Zip-N-Go (Windows), setup takes minutes rather than hours.

Powerful API

WebGUI allows developers to quickly plug-in new functionality to get the most from a site. In addition, WebGUI's standardized plug-in points maintain the upgrade path even with customizations.


Users can work in an interface in their native language, and content can be published in as many languages as necessary.

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WebGUI is free?

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