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iWiccle - Website CMS Community Builder

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iWiccle is an online Web 2.0 platform. innovative builders specializing in social networks, blogging sites, web communities, gallery presentations, link directories, & article portals. A universal web community script written in PHP & MySQL. New v1.3

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Features

  • Web Framework and Content Management System
  • Website Builder and Host Independent
  • SEO Engine and WYSIWYG Editors
  • Admin Control Panels and Page Builder
  • Modules - Articles - Blogs - Events - Photo Gallery - Groups - Links - Video Gallery - News - Site - Members
  • Cloud Platform and Web 2.0 Designed CMS Platform
  • Top Level Command Scripting
  • Community Builder and Open Source

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Additional Project Details

Languages

English

Intended Audience

Advanced End Users, Customer Service, Developers, End Users/Desktop, Information Technology, Management

User Interface

Web-based

Programming Language

JavaScript, PHP

Registered

2009-07-17

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