Pulse CMS

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Pulse CMS
Developer(s) Mark Fick
Stable release 4.0 / October 18, 2014; 7 months ago (2014-10-18)
Written in PHP
Operating system Cross-platform
Type Content management system, Community
License Proprietary
Website www.pulsecms.com

Pulse CMS is simple software designed for small websites that enables a web developer to add web content management system capabilities to an existing site "easily and quickly".[1] Define the "blocks" on the website that are to be editable and Pulse CMS provides an easy to use backend to make edits right from your browser.


PulseCMS has a WYSIWYG content editor, gallery function, blog, backup and simple one-step, no database install.

Software Requirements[edit]

  • Web server with Apache and PHP 5.
  • No database required, Pulse uses flat files.


Support for paying customers is available directly from the developer.


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