8 of the Best Free Linux Blog Software
Weblog software (also known as blog software or blogware)
enables users to maintain an ongoing chronicle of information on a
website. Typically, a blog is a frequently updated, personal website,
with diary-type commentary, descriptions of events, and sometimes
includes graphics and video as well as links to articles on
other sites. However, blogs can also be used for business purposes.
Blogs can be narrow in scope, focusing on one individual
topic or subject, or covering a much wider sphere. The ability for
readers to make interactive comments on the blog is typically permitted
This article focuses on software that is set up and hosted on
the platform by yourself, rather than blogging services where a
third-party service is used to handle the blog software, such as
Blogger or Typepad.
Blog content is stored in a file system, and changes to the
content are typically stored in a
relational database management system (such as MySQL).
Software that provides a method of managing a website is
commonly known as a Web Content Management System (or WCMS). Many
blogging software programs are considered a specific type of WCMS. In
this feature we have included some of the best WCMS
software which also make great blogging tools.
To provide an insight into the quality of software that is
available, we have compiled a list of 8 high quality free Linux
blogware. Hopefully, there will be something of interest for anyone who
wishes to share their thoughts with others.
Now, let's explore the 8 blog applications at hand. For each
title we have compiled its own portal page, a full description with an
in-depth analysis of its features, screenshots, together with links to
resources and reviews.
||Elegant, well-architectured personal publishing system
built on PHP
blogging, or web publishing platform
||Multilingual, multiuser, multi-blog engine
and content management system written in PHP
system to build Web sites and powerful online applications
elegant and easy-to-use
yet feature-packed weblog application
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