SiteSupra

SiteSupra

Founded in 2001, SiteSupra was one of the first content management systems to support AJAX. The technology allowed website editors to manage page widgets in WYSIWYG mode. SiteSupra is used by the governments of Latvia and Lithuania. They have expanded into the consumer-oriented website builder market with the release of version 7 as a hosted version that allows regular computer users to build modern responsive websites. The latest version, SiteSupra 9, is released as a free and open source product (www.sitesupra.org).

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Latvia
Year Founded
2001
Employees
6
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