Camaleon CMS is a dynamic and advanced content management system based on Ruby on Rails.
Camaleon CMS is a flexible manager where you can build your custom content structure without coding anything by custom fields and custom contents type.
Camaleon is free and open source software.
- Drag and Drop / Sortable / Multi level menus.
- Templates/Layouts for pages.
- Advanced User roles.
- File Uploads with built in Local and Amazon S3 support.
- Easy migration from WordPress.
- Relative URLs
- Database table name prefixing.
- Remote code execution.
- SQL injections.
- Advanced sessions security.
- Cross Site Scripting.
- Control of abusive requests.
- Cross-Site Request Forgery.
- Site Speed Camaleon CMS include a lot of cache strategies to optimize the site access speed:
- Cache contents.
- Cache queries.
- Manifests (compress and join asset files).
- Customize your content visualization for Desktop, Mobile and Tablet.
- SEO & HTML5:
- Sitemap /RSS generation.
- SEO configuration.
- SEO for social media.
- All generated content is compatible with HTML5 and Bootstrap 3.
- Wide range of plugins to extend functionality.
- Admin interface that is similar to WordPress’s admin interface.
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