|Initial release||September 2009|
|Stable release||4.1.4 / August 7, 2014|
|Type||Content Management System|
ImpressPages is an open-source PHP framework with built-in content editor. Features include MVC engine, inline editing and drag&drop interface. It is distributed under the GNU GPL v.3.0 and MIT licences.
ImpressPages was developed by three Lithuanian entrepreneurs — Audrius Jankauskas, Mangirdas Skripka, and Mindaugas Stankaitis. The idea was born in 2007, and after two years of development, ImpressPages alpha was released. In 2011, ImpressPages participated at the business accelerator "Difference Engine" which lead to an investment from a venture capital fund Practica Capital in 2013.
2009 Sep - ImpressPages alpha
2013 Oct - ImpressPages CMS 3.6 with Theme Marketplace 
2013 Oct - ImpressPages CMS 3.7
2013 Nov - ImpressPages CMS 3.8
2013 Dec - ImpressPages CMS 3.9
2014 Apr - ImpressPages 4.0
2014 Jun - ImpressPages 4.1 with Plugin Marketplace 
- Inline editing
Pages are edited in a WYSIWYG way. By browsing through the website users can edit content by clicking on the inserted fields.
Page layout management is based on drag&drop. Widgets can be put to the page by drag&dropping them into desired places.
Most common widgets are prepared in default installation: Heading, Text, Image, Gallery, Video, Divider, Map, File, HTML, Form. A full list with descriptions is here.
- MVC engine
ImpressPages 4.0 has a MVC engine providing users with MVC, routing, template helpers, url generation, DB layer (and PDO), PSR standards-compliant class naming and autoloader.
- Multi-language support and translations
ImpressPages is multi-lingual by default, no plugins are needed to make the website international.
A helper to create CRUD interface for records in the database.
- ImpressPages Official Website
- ImpressPages Marketplace
- ImpressPages GitHub repository
- ImpressPages Czech Community
- "ImpressPages 4.0 Released" by Kaya Ismail, CMS Critic
- "Three new CMS releases: ImpressPages, Jahia, and Umbraco" by Bryan Ruby, CMS Report
- "What's new in May for open source CMS" by Noreen Seebacher, CMS Wire
- "PHP News You May Have Missed" by Bruno Skvorc, Sitepoint
- "Difference Engine attracts technology-based companies", The Journal
- "ImpressPages looking for investor-led finance", The Journal
- "ImpressPages Raises €200k To Pull More Users Into Its Open Source, Drag-&-Drop CMS" by Natasha Lomas, Techcrunch
- "Lithuanian ImpressPages Raises €200,000 for Open Source CMS Solution" by Chris Moore, Arctic Startup
- "ImpressPages CMS 3.6 Released Along With Theme Marketplace" by Kaya Ismail, CMS Critic
- "ImpressPages 4.1 Released Alongside Plugin Market" by Kaya Ismail, CMS Critic
- "2011 Open Source Awards Winner news: Most Promising Open Source Project" by Julian Copes, PacktPub
- "My Take On PacktPub's Open Source Awards" by Mike Johnston, CMS Critic