Oxwall is a free open source software package PHP/MySQL social networking software platform for building social networks, family sites and collaboration systems. It is a flexible community website engine developed with the aim to provide people with a well-coded, user-friendly software platform for social needs. It is easy to set up, configure and manage Oxwall.
Oxwall was designed and developed with a creative approach pursuing one purpose – to allow people running communities as easy as possible.
Oxwall is used for a large number of projects including custom social networks to collaboration tools and enterprise community solutions.
Oxwall has it’s own public store with numerous themes and plugins available for download.
- Photo, Video sharing.
- Blogs, forums, wiki.
- Groups, events, friends.
- Comment, tag, rate any kind of content.
- Privacy and profile customization.
- Collaboration, file sharing, video-conference tools.
- Built-in SEO.
- Support for multiple languages.
- Admin features:
- Complete member and content management.
- Content moderation and ability to appoint moderators.
- Flexible privacy and permissions management.
- Custom statistics on different metrics a-la Google Analytics.
- Pages, menus and custom content management, right from admin panel.
- Advertisement management and statistics.
- Powerful appearance building tool, as if an extensive collection of themes is not enough.
- Ability to install/upgrade plugins (and the core engine) right from the admin panel, with a few clicks.
- Overwhelming set of site and plugin configuration tools.
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