XOOPS: click2try Adds XOOPS CMS to Content Management System Offerings

Posted by: Mambaon 2009/6/16 9:30:00 5825 reads We are very happy to see that click2try™ (http://www.click2try.com) announced recently that it has added XOOPS version 2.3.3 to its online catalog of virtualized Open Source applications. A Community site, click2try enables users to try applications for free and use by subscription.

XOOPS will join four other heavy weights of the CMS world: WordPress, Joomla!, Drupal, and SilverStripe, and the selection of XOOPS is a clear vote of confidence for XOOPS.

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“XOOPS is a great content management system that has been around for a long time and has a large community of users and developers,” says Tom Callaghan, click2try VP Operations. “XOOPS offers over 60 themes right out of the box, as well as a complete user management system. By adding XOOPS to our catalog, we continue to provide our customers a wide choice of solutions.”

XOOPS is a truly international project, with hundreds of developers from around the world providing modules to extend the XOOPS capabilities. Because XOOPS uses the Smarty templating system (http://www.smarty.net), designers and users can apply their own custom templates without affecting internal XOOPS operations. This ease-of-use helps explain the tens of thousands of XOOPS users around the world.

click2try is dedicated to providing a way for individuals and companies to easily evaluate and use the best content management systems in the Open Source market. Visitors to the site (http://www.click2try.com) can try any of the applications for free. click2try offers affordable service plans for those customers who want to use the applications on a persistent basis. Subscribers can save data and share applications and data with other registered users. click2try hosts over 40 Open Source applications in its VM Jukebox™, with new applications added weekly. All applications and data are stored securely within a hardened network infrastructure at the company’s data center in Houston, Texas.