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A CMS (content management system) platform allows users to build, manage, and edit digital content. You can create a complete website without having to code it from scratch or know how to code at all. Popular examples for CMS are WordPress, Wix, Shopify, Joomla, Blogger, and many more.

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Ghost

Ghost is an open-source and modern content management system (CMS) that is designed for bloggers, journalists, and content creators, allowing users to create and manage their content in a user-friendly and intuitive way.
📖 Open Source  🔓 Freemium Tool
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Strapi

Strapi is an open-source Headless CMS based on Node.js. It allows developers to save time by allowing them to use their preferred tools and frameworks.
📖 Open Source 🎁 Free Tool
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TYPO3

TYPO3 is an open-source CMS written in PHP used to build and manage websites of different types and size ranges, from small sites for individuals to multilingual enterprise solutions for large corporations.
🎁 Free Tool 📖 Open Source
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Textpattern

Textpattern is a flexible open-source content management system written in PHP with a browser-based interface in over 50 languages.
🎁 Free Tool 📖 Open Source
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Drupal

Drupal is an open-source application that includes a content management platform and a development framework to create and manage many types of websites.
🎁 Free Tool 📖 Open Source
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Joomla

Joomla is an open-source website development and content management system that enables you to build websites and powerful online applications.
🎁 Free Tool 📖 Open Source
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📖 Open Source: free and open-source software (FOSS), the ultimate free solution, is often completely free, but some exceptions are offered as a freemium.

🎁 Free Tool: FOSS or Freeware software, including Proprietary solutions, offered for free in its full version with all features and no limitations. Naturally, many tools in this category are also open-sourced.

🔓 Freemium Tool: a free version of paid software or app, offered with some limitations (limited features, limited support, limited usage, etc.). In many cases, the free plan can be enough for you.

🕓 Free to Try: a free trial lets you experience the product briefly before buying. Since it’s not a classic free solution, you won’t find many such items in the directory. The ones we did add are highly recommended.

🎯 Free Micro Tool: a free simple tool that performs a basic and specific task. Those tools come to solve a particular problem and don’t include too many options and features.

📚 Free Resource: a variety of helpful free stuff we find online, such as free courses, all kinds of templates, graphic assets, video and audio assets, eBooks, audiobooks, themes, or anything else free and useful.

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