Simple CMS plugin for WordPress

By: Pixopoint  06-Dec-2011
Keywords: Plugin

The Simple CMS plugin converts WordPress into a basic CMS (Content Management System) for creating and editing simple static websites. Simple CMS removes all of the complicated blogging functionality which is not needed for a basic static website. This allows for easier use of the admin panel by non web designers.

The simplified WordPress administration panel after installation of the Simple CMS plugin

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Simply upload the folder to your plugins directory, then head to the plugins page in your WordPress admin panel and activate the plugin.

If you are a “WordPress Administrator” you will not see any difference, but if you log in as a “WordPress Editor” or below, you will see a vastly simplified administration panel suitable for simple static websites.

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