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.
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