Open Source, Community-Driven WebWare

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phpWebSite provides a complete web site content management system. Web-based administration allows for easy maintenance of interactive, community-driven web sites.

phpWebSite's growing number of modules allow for easy site customization without the need for unwanted or unused features. Client output from phpWebSite is valid XHTML 1.0 and meets the W3C's Web Accessibility Initiative requirements.

Founded and hosted by the Web Technology Group at Appalachian State University, phpWebSite is developed by the phpWebSite Development Team, a network of developers from around the world. phpWebSite is free, open source software and is licensed under the GNU GPL and GNU LGPL

Thank you! - The phpWebSite Development Team

TEASER: phpWebSite 1.8.1 Look and Feel

Posted by jtickle

Posted on 12:30, Tuesday, May 7

We have hit the ground running working on phpWebSite's user-side look and feel.  In 1.8.1, all themeing will be moved to the Twitter-Bootstrap framework.  If you are interested in making your theme Bootstrap-compatible, please clone from Github and take a look at the 'bootstrap' theme!

In the mean time, here is a teaser of the new look and feel.  It's a very early screenshot and subject to change, but let us know what you think!

phpWebSite 1.8.0

Posted by Matt McNaney

Posted on 16:50, Monday, May 6

1.8.0 is out. It has stuff. New stuff. Pagesmith mostly. Some UI cleanup. 

Download it from our site as either a tarzip or zip file.

md5sum here.

Check out our github site for updates or to tinker.

File Cabinet updated to 2.4.1

Posted by Matt McNaney

Posted on 10:24, Monday, December 17

A new version of File Cabinet has been uploaded to help with a possible security issue. Download into your phpwebsite installation directory and untar. There is an update, but no database changes.

 File Cabinet 2.4.1 06eab4c19e4584f546627e62f6be1f1e

Special thanks to Jakub Galczyk

Vmail removed from distribution: See update

Posted by Matt McNaney

Posted on 15:42, Thursday, October 4

Update: Oct 18, 2012
The security problem turned out to be in Rolodex. It isn't an opening, it was just someone emailing members of the list individually. We'll replace vmail next release.

We have had a report of a possible security problem with the Vmail module. Since the developer of Vmail is no longer in contact with us and because we do not use it on campus, we are removing it from the distribution.

If you are not using Vmail, we suggest you remove it as well.

Properties module

Posted by Matt McNaney

Posted on 08:35, Friday, August 17

properties_1_2_0.tar.gz 890eb49e7acfef2d1c0a55daa3cb3b30

This is a module we are using at the university for 1) helping students find roommates or subleasers and 2) creating a place property managers can advertise their properties.