Timo Heikkinen / Opintojaksot / FLOSS Projects /
- Miika Huttu: "Pakupaku is a small XHTML/CSS compliant content management system (CMS), written in PHP Hypertext Preprocessor (PHP). It is distrubuted under the GNU General Public License (GPL) and does not require a database."
- Mikko Pietola: "Klondike is a lightweight, standards based content management system (CMS) written in PHP. It's goal is to make creating a website as simple and easy as possible. It outputs static HTML pages that can be easily edited from anywhere, and uses no database."
- Ilkka Ketonen: Simple PHP Blog - "I started this project because I wanted a dead-simple blog. One that didn't need a database, used flat text files, and looked nice. It's main advantage is that it only requires PHP 5 and write permissions. There is no setup, just unzip and copy."
- Pasi Vanhala: Simple PHP Blog (see above)
- Ruiyang Ji: Simple PHP Blog (see above)
- Tommi Alasuvanto: Simple PHP Blog (see above)
- Alexander Smirnov: Simple PHP Blog (see above)
- Jussi Niku: "PHITEis a simple yet powerful site framework written in PHP. Features include: No coding necessary, a site can be built from plaintext files if desired; Whole site generated from single HTML template file; Think 'Poor Man's CMS'!"
- Juha Mehtälä: monoEdit: "Simple, single-file PHP content and file management system script. Effectively manage content - login securely and manage files and directories. Add, edit, delete, view, rename and move files around while viewing directories on your web server."
- Johanna Jansson: "Izumi is a simple web site content management system with blogging capabilities, written in PHP. The content is described using text files with a wiki-like syntax and is ideally suited to be modified directly on the server using a text editor."
- Veli-Pekka Malinen: "YapGB is a free guestbook system written in PHP. Its main features are: - No database needed. - Allows modification and deletion of entries. - Fully customizable appearance. - Custom timezone. - Words censoring. - Notification of new entries."