It's good that you asked this question. This can only mean that you are interested in this system. So what is Seditio?

Someone calls it CMS (content management system - or in Russian - site content), others call it "Portal", others call it "Site Engine". In fact, the first, second and third are right.

Seditio is a PHP-based system that stores and filters information in a MySQL database, and sends this information in HTML format to the user's browser, which the latter see in a beautiful form using the "skins" built into the system, otherwise "templates".

And if it's even simpler, then this is an engine for creating websites ... that's all.

System features

  1. Fully managed database.
  2. Visual change of the system using templates (skins) in HTML format.
  3. PHP code and HTML layout of the site are separated by 100%
  4. Possibility to manage the system by registered users.
  5. Unlimited number of users, up to 99 different access levels from "Visitor" to "Server Operator"
  6. Multilingual.
  7. Ability to connect additional plugins.
  8. High speed of accessing the MySQL database and executing queries.
  9. Unlimited number of categories, pages and links.
  10. Built-in news system with user access.
  11. Comments, ratings and polls.
  12. Built-in forum.
  13. Upload files and create photo galleries.
  14. Massive administration tools.
  15. Built-in statistics system.

System requirements

To install, configure and use Seditio on a local network, you will first need:

  1. Apache web server or Nginx.
  2. PHP 5.4+.
  3. MySQL database.
  4. phpMyAdmin is a shell for database management.

When installed on an Internet server, all these components are provided by the host.


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