A CMS (content management system) without the need for a database. Flat file - meaning all the posts/ files are stored right on your website, making your whole website more portable. Flat files do not use an SQL database.
A small, open source flat file system, la.plume.
A flat file-based CMS with an integrated template engine.
An open source, lightweight, extensible CMS for PHP.
A standalone java application for editing, organizing and publishing weblogs by FTP. Generate a weblog site with calendar-based navigation, links, and RSS 1.0 and 2.0 news feeds.
Lightweight blogging application written in Perl.
Free and open source. Uses flat-files to store the posts and pages. No database required.
Open source content management system requires no database.
A static markdown with custom layouts built on top of Amazon S3.
A minimalist (databaseless) markdown blogging platform.
An open source flat-file content management system. Uses the Fenom templating engine.
Open Source flat file based content management system with CK Editor 4.
CMS with textual database.
A blogging engine is presented with download, demo, blog, wiki, forum and themes.
Open source, GPL flat file XML. Requires no database and has plugins for expansion.
An open source flat-file CMS. Multi-language support.
Weblogging software requires Perl 5 and knowledge of HTML.
Database free CMS for personal and hobby sites.
A blog framework. All the features of GitHub Flavored Markdown are supported.
Databaseless, flat file, content management platform.
A static site generator. Can be deployed on S3, GitHub Pages, Dropbox or any web host.
The database-less ASP.NET MVC CMS. Open source.
A premium file based CMS.
Integrates conventional HTML files into a managed framework with cascading top or side menus, banners, footers or other dynamic content.
A file-based CMS. It does not require any database.
A pluggable static site generator. File based.
Distributed using the RubyGems package manager.
Simple CMS written in PHP. Does not require a database.
A Ruby CMS easily extended using the Sinatra web framework.
File based CMS, free under GPL-3 license.
Publish markdown-based content to a wiki-type site or minimalist blog.
A simple and flexible CMS.
A a lightweight, open source, Java EE blogging tool. Blog content is stored as XML files on disk and served up dynamically, so there's no need to install a database.
Flat-file PHP CMS. Powered By Markdown And Twig.
A flat file CMS. Open source.
A customizable weblog/ journal tool written in PHP and using flat files as the data storage.
Pluck is a small and simple content management. Open source.
A static CMS that runs on the desktop. Alpha version available, requires subscription.
Static CMS for building sites without a database.
A flat file, responsive, SEO-friendly, tiny CMS.
Open source flat file content management system written in PHP. Used to build and maintain a website on a webserver.
Basic drag and drop CMS for static websites. No database required.
No database required. Features include the built-in Designer, Cards inspired design concept, and fully responsive design templates with fluid grids.
An open source, lightweight, flat file CMS for PHP.
A lightweight content management system. No database setup or installation files.
Premium database free CMS. Built on Laravel and sporting a Vue.js-powered control panel
A flat file CMS based on Gulp and AbsurdJS. Open source.
A cross-platform, standalone application for authoring and publishing weblogs. It will work on any platform on which Java can run. Thingamablog does not require a third-party blogging host, a CGI/PHP enabled web server, or a MySQL database. The only requirement to setup and manage a blog is FTP access to a web server.
A flat databaseless CMS that makes HTML-files editable and dynamic.
Premium flat file CMS. Themes are available, free.
An open source CMS written in PHP focused on ease of use with WYSIWYG editing and flat-file storage.
Set up a website as logically related content, not just by date. Open source micro CMS.
No coding and no database needed. Low cost CMS.
A file-based content management system suited primarily for small websites.
Free site builder, CMS. No need for any database or configuration.
Flexible, minimalistic, multi-platform static site generator built on top of node.js.
A small flat file CMS.
A flat-file CMS and a static site generator.
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