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Content Management System Based on Codecharge Studio and Artisteer

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What is KrisonAV?

KrisonAV CMS is a Content Management System, which enables you to build Web sites and online applications. It is based on Codecharge Studio, that makes it extremely powerful and secure. Last but not least, templates are based on Artisteer.

The best part is that, KrisonAV is an open source solution licensed under the GNU General Public License and freely available to everyone.

Edit open source KrisonAV CMS with Codecharge Studio and create your own blocks, modules or even plugins.

There is also a commercial version which includes all Codecharge Studio's project files for you who feel that KrisonAV CMS does not fully satisfy your expectations. Owning project files (*.cpp), you can modify (by using Codecharge Studio) core files for your own needs.

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