OpenCms is an Open Source website content management system. Intranet, Extranet and Internet sites can be quickly and cost-effectively created, maintained and managed. OpenCms enables you to create highly customized layouts and interactive functionality.
Using OpenCms is fully browser based. The OpenCms software is installed on a web server while users access the system from any location with their web browser.
To learn more about OpenCms and it's numerous built-in features, take the guided tour that provides a birds-eye overview about the systems capabilities.
Sep 26, 2016 - OpenCms 10.5 Beta provides a feature complete look at OpenCms 10.5. This will be the only pre-release version before OpenCms 10.5.0 is published, which is expected by the end of November. Only minor GUI updates, as well as improvements to the demo template, will be made for the final release.
Sep 26, 2016 - The OpenCms 10.5 Beta release notes contain detailed information about the new features and fixes in this beta version.
Jun 14, 2016 - Being the greatest OpenCms update for years, version 10 brings a vastly improved user experience that combines the intuitive "Direct Edit" approach of OpenCms with a new, well integrated Lauchpad app center. OpenCms 10.0.1 is a maintenance update for 10.0.0 installations. It fixes several issues that persisted in previous releases. This version focuses on performance and stability.
Jun 14, 2016 - The OpenCms 10.0.1 release notes contain detailed information about the updates and fixes in this version.
OpenCms Days 2016 will take place September 26 to 27 in Cologne, Germany.
Highlight of the international user conference and expo will be the introduction of OpenCms 10.5. OpenCms Days will be the perfect opportunity to exchange experiences around OpenCms with high profile participants and speakers from all over the world.
Visit this 2 day conference and expo to meet and mingle with leading OpenCms experts and other OpenCms users.
OpenCms Days 2016 is targeted towards an international audience. The language spoken at the event and used for all presentations is English.