A new Microweber CMS version ( 1.1.0 ) was recently released with new features and minor bug fixes. The release brings with it a complete overhaul of the platform’s design and a reshuffle of its features for better user experience. and it’s 100% mobile.
If you’re looking for an open source CMS that’s intuitive with drag n’ drop and real-time text writing and editing features for building websites and eCommerce modules, then Microweber is a great place to start.
For more about this release, please review their blog post comparing before and after.
Not only can you manage your content with Microweber, you can also enable it built-in online store module to provide an eCommerce experience to your users. It’s great.
For those who want to learn how to install Microweber, the two posts below is a great place to start.
One post shows students and new users how to install Microweber on Ubuntu with Apache2 HTTP support. the other uses Nginx web server instead.
To install Microweber with Apache2 support, read the post below:
Installing Microweber with Apache2
To install Microweber with Nginx HTTP support, please read the post below:
Installing Microweber with Nginx support
These post will help you install your own copy on your own servers. Remember to keep coming back for more helpful tutorials. Microweber utilizes a Drag & Drop technology, real-time writing and text editing functionality with easier and quicker content managment, highly appealing visual environment and flexibility.
If you have install Microweber and like it, please leave a comment below to help our other users.