Saturday, December 10th, 2005

MooFlex CMS Demo

Category: Showcase

The Mad4Milk have released a demo of their new CMS, MooFlex. One nice feature here is the various boxes present while editing text, which expand and collapse. The TAGS box shows all existing tags, which you can toggle for the current article. If you enter a new tag, it will then appear inside the tag box already selected.

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Posted by Michael Mahemoff at 12:42 am
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Might be a stupud question, but what are tags used for? Is it for SEO or what?

Comment by Jimmy — December 10, 2005

strange, i log in as demo and i get relocated to google.

Comment by i — December 11, 2005

it is volunerable to javascript injects and someone had injected a redirect code. I just deleted it and it should work now.

Comment by Danial — December 11, 2005

The author had stated on his site (when everyone was visiting earlier for MooFX), that this CMS would gracefully degrade and would be accessible under any browser.

He wasn’t kidding! – I just posted something using Netscape 4, and it worked just as I expected. This guy knows what he’s doing – congratulations.

Comment by Scott Schiller — December 13, 2005

[…] New AJAX-happy CMS: MooFlex, more info at Ajaxian (and in their podcast). […]

Pingback by Quickly Noted: MooFlex CMS « MaisonBisson.com — January 26, 2006

Just stumbled across the Mooflex and this post about the CMS.
It is now middle of March and it still hasn’t been released. What gives ?

I’ve logged into the admin and played around and I like it, but will it ever see the light of day ?

Comment by Webbie — March 21, 2006

LOL here it is a year and a half later, June 12 2007 and still no release in sight.

Comment by Justin — June 13, 2007

well the flash demo looks good… I entered their website and nothings there. Did they stop?

i wish it was out already.

Comment by Betovarg — June 19, 2007

Flash demo has been removed and the cms demo was removed long ago. I guess Modx and SilverStripe pretty much fill in the gap.

Comment by Jackie — October 3, 2007

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