With most customer projects, I provide my own Content Management System, named wfCMS.

What is a CMS?

A CMS, or Content Management System, is a tool allowing to manage all kinds of contents of the website.
Usually, a CMS should be easy to use, even for people who don't know how to code. Well known examples of such tools are Wordpress, Joomla or Typo3.

Why wfCMS?

I've created my own CMS, to allow personalized websites and to have a better control about the updates and plugins I create. wfCMS is user-friendly and gets constantly updated to improve the usability and layout.
Through the use of plugins and custom themes, it is possible to easily improve and update your own website. Using RichText as editor allows simple content editing, just like if you'd use Microsoft Word or any other word-processing tool.
In order to create a complete and fully satisfying website, your personalized CMS and frontend site will be matched to your needs and wishes. Have a look at the, more general, web development services to get an idea of what I offer.

Core features

With wfCMS, tons of features are delivered right out of the box and without any additional plugins needed. Some of these features are:
  • Managing blog posts and pages
  • Extended upload management
  • Switching between frontend themes
  • Multi-language backend
  • Security through CSRF tokens, Two Factor Authentication and user permissions
  • Search engine optimisations
  • One-click database backup generation
  • Crossposting to Facebook and/or Twitter

Extended features

To extend the core system, additionally created plugins allow even more possibilities. Some of them are:
  • Agenda / event management
  • Embedding maps
  • Frontend translations
  • Galleries
  • Slideshows
  • Widgets