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Development : XOOPS Provides an Easy Path to Community Web Sites
Posted by Gene Amtower on 2009/3/4 9:40:00 (2962 reads)

The open-source XOOPS (eXtensible Object-Oriented Portal System) framework provides a convenient method to building complex community web sites for the purpose of sharing information and files within a group of users without licensing costs or restrictions.

XOOPS provides the functional framework required for this type of site, while allowing a large number of available functional modules to be added, depending on the specific requirements of your community site. User registration on your site can be either open or closed, depending on your specific user community.

We have experience in creating web sites with the XOOPS framework, and we can help you get the site up and running on our servers and loading appropriate modules for your needs. Because XOOPS is license-free, you can host a XOOPS Content Management System for just the cost of our site hosting.

This website is built with XOOPS, so you can see the type of functionality that is possible. In addition to what you see here, available modules also include File Sharing, Team Communication, Project Management, Document Management, Mailing Lists, and many others.

In addition, PC Backup can help develop specific XOOPS modules to your specific needs, if there are no available modules that match them. The XOOPS framework is based on the PHP scripting language, and constructing custom modules for specific requirements is straightforward.

For an economical path to online content, give XOOPS some consideration, and let PC Backup help you with the implementation and hosting by calling us at (937) 478-7624 or contacting us through the "Contact Us" page in the menu.

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