Tuesday, November 22nd, 2005

Neo CMS: WYSIWYG Ajax Website Management

Category: Showcase

<p>Neo CMS is rich CMS tool that allows you to do WYSIWYG editing on your website directly.

When you are logged into your site, you will see a toolbar above it, that allows you to make changes to your site.

Neo CMS

These changes can be as simple as changing content and design on the fly, or adding structure and files to the site.

Features

The key features are:

  • Discreet toolbar above the site after log-in
  • Context menu (right click) and complete CMS management using pop-ups
  • Drag and drop menu management (unlimited levels)
  • Document management and workflow
  • Reusable widgets
  • Graphics and CSS editors
  • and much much more…

Take a look at the demo

Neo CMS

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Posted by Dion Almaer at 12:53 am
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Looks great, doesn’t seem to be any way to download it or purchase it though!

Comment by Ian — November 22, 2005

I think they are keeping this one for themselves?!

Comment by SvP — November 22, 2005

Looks good, but no download and or purchase.

Comment by tech_junkie — November 22, 2005

Their site has been hacked — DON’T GO!

The page definitely installed some ActiveX controls, I don’t yet know if any of it is malware, but I fear so.

Comment by joelfinkle — November 22, 2005

No activex installed, the only thing you can have is http://www.google-analitycs.com on our site. We are working on getting the demo site up back.

Comment by Emmanuel — November 22, 2005

It seems to be back online

Comment by Winnie — November 22, 2005

It seems ok now :)

Comment by Winnie — November 22, 2005

I’m relieved — I had some today-installed ActiveX objects in my IE that I didn’t recognize, so I wasn’t sure where they came from. I did click on a couple of the ‘go here’ links which went off site, they may have been mere photo-handling OKware.

Comment by joelfinkle — November 22, 2005

Too bad the demo doesn’t work. They sure promise a lot of features and really talk it up but fail to deliver. It’s better to start simple and get things to work reliably instead of promising the moon and falling flat on your face.

Comment by Neo — November 22, 2005

All those features are allready running on dozen sites….

Comment by rel Neo — November 22, 2005

Does anyone know where i can download it…. it looks pretty good.

Comment by TehGrim — November 22, 2005

Looks very good but I can`t find a link to download. I`ve sent an email to the authors about this problem.

Comment by Ilia — November 22, 2005

Yes, it will be payed. A trial version will be available in a few weeks.

Comment by Ilia — November 22, 2005

The correct link to the demo is :
http://demo-neo-cms.be/?auth=1&md5=1&userName=admin&userPassword=fe01ce2a7fbac8fafaed7c982a04e229&userLanguage=en

Comment by Winnie — November 22, 2005

It looks pretty good. Is it a freeware or a shareware or what? Where can I download the free version?

Comment by Noel — December 16, 2005

Be warned. There are no prices visible on the site and their contact form has no submit button (and yes, I did try just hitting return on my keyboard).

Slick system though, it has to be said.

Comment by lee — August 24, 2006

It’s important to get noticed, so Nukedit is search engine friendly as content is saved as static pages. Nukedit is lightning fast using modern technologies to automatically cache pages.

Comment by paper shredders — December 7, 2006

Write said paper shredders.

Comment by William quartz — September 10, 2007

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