...just another flat file CMS.
since July 2004.
JAF CMS - version 4.0
Copyright © 2004 - 2006, Salim "ph03y3nk" <ph03y3nk at users.sourceforge.net>
JAF CMS - ...just another flat file CMS, is a Content Management System (CMS) consist of a powerful set of PHP scripts that allow you to maintain personal home page in an easy way. There is no need for a database. The pages stored in a simple flat file. I've coded this script because I realize that its hard to found server (especially free space) offering PHP with database support already.
JAF CMS - ...just another flat file CMS is intended for the people who want to build a simple personal homepage without database suported on their server, and easy maintenance over their sites. If you're just looking for a very simple way to put up a site, or didn't know too much about HTML coding, you might want to use JAF CMS - ...just another flat file CMS.
And for the HTML coder you shouldn't worry about flat file system used. Even the pages stored on a flat file, it will saves your manual HTML coding if you want to put some code on your pages.
A short summary of the most important features is given below:
Requirements in order to run JAF CMS - ...just another flat file CMS: (If you don't know if you fit the requirements, ask your system administrator)
For people running small web sites, it's should not cause any problem to edit 5-10 pages. But, for web sites that get hundreds of pages, I didn't think that its a good solutions. As mentioned before JAF CMS - ...just another flat file CMS created as a small personal home page CMS.
Credits & Thanks
Entire code for JAF CMS - ...just another flat file CMS, except the parts listed below, was written by Salim "ph03y3nk"
These scripts are released under the GNU GPL license and as stated the copyright information has been left intact in the scripts themselves, if you want to use these scripts in your own code you must abide by the GPL license.
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