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Open Site Builder Tools
Site pages assembler. Merges content pages into a predefined template and produces target site by only replacing changed documents
Free open source web developer tools automating the essential task of a web site development mechanism -- populating a predefined page template with information from content files and generating the target web site documents. Allows configuring menus and navigation bars on a per page basis. This approach lets you effectively manage site building process by separating page layout development from content creation. Eliminates the need of additional template rendering engine at runtime thus saving your site processing power on each page served. The software is in active use since its first appearance in 1997 and has proven its capability to handle very complex sites and intranet systems. Written entirely in PHP it is truly platform-independent and runs perfectly well on multiple platforms.
released on 9 May 2014
9 March 2007
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