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Home - nucleuscms.org
Welcome to the world of Nucleus CMS. In 2001 a set of PHP scripts were let loose on the open Internet. Those scripts, which took user-generated data and used it to dynamically create html pages, contained the ideas and the algorithms that are the core of today's Nucleus CMS. Though Nucleus CMS 3.5 is far more flexible and powerful than the scripts from which it emerged, it still expresses the values that guided its birth: flexibility, security, and computational elegance.

Thanks to an international community of sophisticated developers and designers, Nucleus CMS remains simple enough for anyone to learn, and expandable enough to allow you to build almost any website you can imagine. Nucleus CMS lets you integrate text, images, and user comments in a seamless package that will make your web presence as serious, professional, personal, or fun as you want it to be. We hope you enjoy its power.

Documentation - docs.nucleuscms.org
The install process places a user and a developer documentation on your web server. Pop-up help is available throughout the administration area to assist you in maintaining and customizing your site. When in the Nucleus CMS admin area, click on this symbol help icon for context-sensitive help. You can also read this documentation online under docs.nucleuscms.org.

Frequently Asked Questions - faq.nucleuscms.org
If you need more information about managing, extending or troubleshooting your Nucleus CMS the Nucleus FAQ is the first place to search information. Over 170 frequently asked questions are answered from experienced Nucleus users.

Support - forum.nucleuscms.org
Should you require assistance, please don't hesitate to join the 6,800+ registered users on our forums. With its built-in search capability of the 73,000+ posted articles, your answers are just a few clicks away. Remember: almost any question you think of has already been asked on the forums, and almost anything you want to do with Nucleus has been tried and explained there. Be sure to check them out.

Demonstration - demo.nucleuscms.org
Want to play around, test changes or tell a friend or relative about Nucleus CMS? Visit our live demo site.

Skins - skins.nucleuscms.org
The combination of multi-weblogs and skins/templates make for a powerful duo in personalizing your site or designing one for a friend, relative or business client. Import new skins to change the look of your website, or create your own skins and share them with the Nucleus community! Help designing or modifying skins is only a few clicks away in the Nucleus forums.

Plugins - plugins.nucleuscms.org
Looking to add some extra functionality to the base Nucleus CMS package? Our plugin repository gives you plenty of ways to extend and expand what Nucleus CMS can do; your imagination and creativity are the only limit on how Nucleus CMS can work for you.

Development - dev.nucleuscms.org
If you need more information about the Nucleus development you can find Informations in the developer documents at dev.nucleuscms.org or in the Support Forum. Sourceforge.net graciously hosts our Open Source project page which contains our software downloads and CVS repository.

Donators
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License
When we speak of free software, we are referring to freedom, not price. Our General Public Licenses are designed to make sure that you have the freedom to distribute copies of free software (and charge for this service if you wish), that you receive source code or can get it if you want it, that you can change the software or use pieces of it in new free programs; and that you know you can do these things.