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Nucleus is a cms for managing one or more weblogs, with multiple authors. Extend it with one of the +100 plugins available, and turn it into your own customized web publisging system.
By downloading the Nucleus Core package, you'll already have access to a great set of features. By dropping in plugins, you can extend the feature set even more. Since Nucleus runs on your own server, you'll be in full control. With Nucleus, you can set up one or more weblogs. If you want to, you can even show the contents of multiple weblogs on the same page. Each blog has its own team of authors. Some authors will only have posting rights, others will be allowed to change settings for the blog as well. Within a weblog, you can set up one or more categories. Furthermore, Nucleus provides a built-in commenting system. When writing articles, you have the option to mark an item as draft and continue working on it later. If you would like an item to only appear starting from a certain date? Mark it as a future item. Also important: the way your Nucleus site looks is fully tweakable through skins and templates, and multiple CSS files. Next to that, the language used by the Nucleus admin area can easily be changed through language-files. Archives for your weblogs are automatically managed by Nucleus, and a search function is provided to look up old items. Nucleus provides RSS and Atom feeds. Extra feed types (your favorite RSS flavor) can be added easily. And last but not least: Nucleus provides implementations of the Blogger, metaWeblog and MovableType APIs. This means that Nucleus can be used with tools like w.Bloggar, Ecto, Zempt, etc.
released on 14 August 2014
6 May 2006
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|Bug Tracking||VCS Repository Webview||http://dev.nucleuscms.org/tracker/|
|Developer||VCS Repository Webview||http://sourceforge.net/svn/?group_id=66479|
|Required to use||PHP|
|Required to use||MySQL|
This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 2 March 2017.
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