HTMLy is an open source blogging platform prioritizing simplicity and speed (Flat-File Blog). The blog posts are stored in markdown format. HTMLy is a kind of static web page (Flat CMS) in general, but, using markdown file to store all its posts (databaseless). The source can be downloaded on GitHub. Some of the features include: Meta canonical, description, and rich snippets for SEO, Breadcrumb, JSON API, Responsive design, Lightbox, as well as, Online backup. HTMLy is licensed under the GNU General Public License version 2.0.
Primary Use Cases
Sitecore CEO Mark Frost said the company will continue to invest in cloud deployments that "radically simplify infrastructure" and headless environments that decouple content from its presentation. Continue reading...
It’s that time. You’ve finally gotten the long-awaited sign-off to upgrade your organization’s CMS to the latest version. The IT department is excited for the performance improvements. The marketing department is already planning how they will use the new features. You&...Read more
In its 16-year history, WordPress has encountered many competitors. But the vast majority of those foes have never managed to siphon more than a few thousand users away from the digital giant, barely denting its dominance at the helm of the CMS market. After pitting WordPress against Ghost and...Read more