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This section shows you how you can have editable content which is the same throughout the site ( NOTE: It is language specific ) .All the navs below are generated using snippets that are included with the framework, edit this content to see how it was generated

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Unique Per Page

This section shows you how you can have editable content which is UNIQUE For Each Page  ( NOTE: It is language specific ) .

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Mac's CMS is a Open Source, Flat-File AJAX CMS built using PHP 5 and was tested and run's perfectly on both IIS and APACHE. Below is a short video tutorial showcasing some of the CMS's features.

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Unlike most other MVC frameworks this framework includes a simple yet powerful CMS Solution. And unlike most other CMS's this cms focuses mainly on the Edit In Place editing concept.

Flat-File Based, AJAX CMS
Another feature of this CMS is that it is currently Flat-File Based, so there is no requirement of having a database installed and configured. Simply unzip the file into a virtual directory and it should start working.

No Configuration Needed
Every page automaticly gets the Edit In Place editing functionality by default, so there is no need to configure anything to get it to work.

Page Level Configuration - Search Engine Optimization ( SEO )
The Edit Page Properties section allows you to change the Page title, Section Title, Meta Desc and Meta Keywords of every page and for every language version. You can even Add/Delete and re-order child pages.

Site Level Configuration
The Edit Site Properties section allows you to change site level properties such as Default Language, Default template, Site name etc. You can even Add/Delete site languages and change the default site language

Complete portability of content
All content saved through the WYSIWYG editor is automaticly reverse parsed using the built in Template Engine ( inorder to convert them into template variables ) and then saved. Which meens if you were to create links to PDF documents, Images etc on a staging environment those links are automaticly converted from http://mystagingsite.com/myimage.jpg to {templateVariable}/myimage.jpg and when the site is ported to production the template parser automaticly converts the {templateVariable} to http://productionsite.com/myimage.jpg and then displays it.


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