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I was fortunate to have been testing SOURCE since the beginning of the beta test phase, and I was blown away with the features, how clever and simple it is, the new layouts that could be achieved but above all by the preformance in RapidWeaver Edit and Preview mode that SOURCE makes possible.
The SOURCE code is tiny compared to Foundation or Foundry or other Frameworks, and this makes a big difference that you will notice. SOURCE projects are quick to load, edit, preview, publish and ultimately super quick for the end user.
Source has a small number of stacks that you need to get familiar with. There are really just 2 stacks - Grid and Container that need understanding. This really speeds up the time required for users new to Source to get to grips with Source.
The design possibilities with the SOURCE Grid and the flexible image options means that SOURCE can build pages that cannot be built in any other framework.
SOURCE is very well thought out and is in no way dumbed down for the user to use pre configured inflexible layouts. It is also simple to use once you understand a few basic things and that's why there are 2 Tutorial pages in Project20 here.
SOURCE is created by Shakingthehabitual and can be downladed for FREE here.
I have been searching for a simple CMS for several years and tried all of the main ones available for RapidWeaver. Some were good but relied on an online service that had to be available 24/7 for the CMS to work. Some were OK but way too expensive per domain. Some had a big learning curve and required extra time to install and test. Most if not all gave too much power to users so that they could mess up the layout or SEO of a page. I.e. they could convert text into H1 headers or add cat videos or pretty much anything they wanted.
I wanted something simple, that met typical small business requirements such as restaurants, bars, etc., to allow changes to be made to specific text if required, menus, promotions, offers to appear and dissapear during and after promotions, and they had to work on mobiles and tablets, 24/7. Of course it have to be GDPR compliant.
DropCMS works in this way, and is just 1 lightweight stack that has been available for a couple of years and is as robust as they come. It works by reading the contents of a folder on your server, and then displays or hides stacks layouts, or displays the contents of those files such as text or PDF files. This is perfect and just what I have ben searching for.
The second part of this CMS, is that you just need a way to upload the files to your server, and this is where the free to download, FileMan comes in. Using well tested Open Source software, FileMan allows drag and drop of permitted files to be safely uploaded to your server. It even has it's own secure login. Uploading files can be done in many ways and you are not tied into a CMS dependant upload system. You can use whatever method you want or your client is comfortble with.
For RapidWeaver users, you just publish Project22 and the CMS is up and running, complete with multiple CMS files loaded to your server and a working password protected CMS management fully functioning facillity ready to use. The CMS is live after you publish Project22!
Please be aware that even though these S4S stacks are free to download, you should make a contribution to Will at Stacks4Stacks