Enano CMS – Lightweight hybrid CMS

Enano CMS is a new, innovative, very much self-documented, CMS concept that specially designed to be more flexible and user-friendly. It aims to make the users’ experience as good as it can possibly be – without being bloated like so many other content management systems.

Enano CMS - Lightweight hybrid CMS

Enano is a hybrid CMS it means that it can act as a CMS or a wiki, or both at the same time – and Enano does it all in AJAX dramatic fashion. The page created by Enano can be easily formatted using MediaWiki-style wikitext, or switch to TinyMCE for a more friendly graphical interface. Enano seamlessly switches between the two formats, and if you want to change the formatting of a page, that can be done with one button.

Developer can use Enano as platform to develop your application’s core functionality on top of Enano’s reliable and open API. It takes care of database abstraction, user management, "fancy" URLs, page layout, caching, JavaScript based effects and windows, and tons more. Though it was designed as a wiki in the core, Enano as an application platform provides an environment that lets you write full-blown web applications without worrying about building something from the core upwards.

Enano CMS is Free Software that release under GNU General Public License.

Features of Enano CMS

  1. No-nonsense administration -  it has less than 20 sections in admin interface menu , and all of them are well-organized so you can quickly find what you’re looking for.
  2. Forget hunting through the manual – Most options in the administration panel are fully explained right on the page. So this is a better way to explain a button’s function because you don’t have to search for the answer in the documentation. With Enano, help is always at your fingertips.
  3. Easy to install – The Enano installation wizard is heavily optimized for easy keyboard navigation, fast verification of database options, and of course a reliable installation.
  4. Full user management – The session manager in Enano is designed to provide a simple security model that is friendly to developers.
  5. Ajax enabled CMS – Most other Enano functionality uses AJAX too! Editing, renaming, restoring, and deleting pages are all possible using the on-page AJAX controls. For users with older browsers, most Enano functionality is also implemented using HTML forms, so users with legacy browsers can still use your site.
  6. Fully skinnable – Enano supports templates and swappable CSS files, so you can design themes and include alternate layouts or color schemes. You can also embed PHP code into most templates, allowing custom logic and plugin-like functionality.
  7. Search Engine friendly – Using the easily configurable mod_rewrite support, you can have a heavily search engine-optimized site in seconds. Most Enano themes also follow the W3C’s recommendations on heading usage, so search engines know what content to display.
  8. Protected against attacks – Enano’s security model acts as a blanket around sensitive functions. Heuristic analysis of SQL queries ensures that if an SQL injection vulnerability exists, it is much more difficult to exploit. Even with the heavy protection, Enano’s security never gets in your face. When further authentication is needed, you can authenticate using a beautiful AJAX-based login interface.
  9. Support for File upload – In addition to storing articles, Enano supports uploading files. Images can even be embedded into pages and scaled to thumbnail size with ImageMagick and GD support.
  10. Easy to add Wiki features, but only where you want them – While Enano is perfectly good as a wiki, sometimes you’ll want a core set of pages that don’t act like a wiki at all. Selective Wiki Mode allows you to enable or disable wiki features only on certain parts of your site.

Download : http://enanocms.org/download
Demo : http://enanocms.org/demo

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