Kentico CMS for ASP.Net – Free for the taking



Kentico Software, a web CMS provider, now offers a free version of Kentico CMS for business and personal projects. Four years after the creation of Kentico, the company wants to encourage more developers and site owners to adopt the Kentico CMS. At CMSWire, we can’t argue with receiving free software!

Why the free version?

If people think Kentico is giving away their flagship because it’s not worth it, these people would be sorely mistaken. The reasoning is very simple. Kentico Software believes that a free edition would allow more people to benefit from the Kentico CMS: “After four successful years of delivering our content management solution to hundreds of companies, we have decided to offer a free edition to allow more developers and site owners to benefit from it. from our powerful content management platform. In other words, the company is giving it away in the hopes of attracting more customers to its paid products – there’s nothing wrong with that. It’s a trend that continues to gain ground. The best thing is that this trend is beneficial for everyone.

Features of the Kentico CMS Free Edition

The Free Edition comes with a number of features including: * WYSIWYG editing environment * Built-in search engine optimization * Support for news, blog entries, and polls * Built-in image galleries * Product catalog with shopping cart * Support for newsletter * Forum module * Support for online forms After giving Kentico CMS Free Edition one turn, I was extremely impressed with the interface design and the editing environment in particular. The ability to just click on an item and immediately edit it in the WYSIWYG environment is great. The interface – although typical of many other CMSs – works well without complicating matters. Its familiarity will likely be welcomed by users of other CMS.

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Kentico CMS Free Edition

Kentico’s Web CMS is divided into four distinct tabbed sections: Content, My Desktop, Tools, and Administration. In these four sections, the owner can edit and create content, manage site documents, access additional features, and perform site administration.

What’s the catch?

There are – of course – a few conditions for using Kentico CMS Free Edition: * 1 administrator user by installation * 1 editor by website * 1000 documents / pages by website * 100 site members by website * Logo “Powered by Kentico CMS” mandatory in the site footer * Support available via forums only Beyond these few details, most of the features of the paid versions of Kentico CMS remain available in the free version. The feature set should be more than enough for small to medium sized websites. Kentico CMS typically costs between US $ 749 and US $ 1,499, but the free version is practically a steal. If Kentico interested you, check out Kentico website.



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