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Textpattern CMS ­ A flexible, elegant and easy-to-use content management system

Textpattern CMS ­ A flexible, elegant and easy-to-use content management system
Tim Van Damme at maxvoltar.com No matter what CMS I try, I always end up going back to Textpattern. It’s simple, stable, reliable, and I love the syntax used to create your own templates. Being a front-end coder, the syntax (looking a lot like XHTML) is super-easy to learn. The Textpattern community is one of the most friendly and helpful I ever encountered. Sam Brown at sam.brown.tc

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