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It uses a very simple PHP script to use text files as articles and directories as categories to build a website. It's a very simple CMS and uses no database to store anything. It doesn't have comments or search, but it is a good solution for a fairly static, traditional content-based site without recoding each HTML file separately.

It uses no admin panel is extremely small and lightweight and secure. Ideal for a small, personal content-based site. Do read the "readme" file before, it's very simple to set it up. Just create folders for categories and put the articles inside each category as a text file (with HTML for formatting if needed). Upload articles as text files in the category you need and you're done!

I don't plan on extending it with any features as it's meant to be very basic...

The article text file format is

Article title
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Article content

Check my site for a demo:
http://harishankar.org

You can download it as I've attached it here.

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Okay, I must be dense since I don;t see any admin area to add articles. Isn't that what a cms is? All I see is a template that inserts my website url but what about adding articles? managing Categories...where is this done, please?

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You have to create directories (folders) labeled with the same name as your article, then put a text file in it with your articles content.

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