Webgenz CMS is written and maintained by Dave Krupinski.
When Dave started developing web sites in the mid-90s, he was both impressed by the simplicity of
HTML and frustrated by the lack of support for web site management and HTML code
reuse. As his first web site grew to more than 500 pages, global design and
content changes often involved repetitive, manual work. None of the available tools
and technologies provided a complete solution to the challenges of site wide code
and content management. Accordingly, Dave began developing Webgenz CMS specifically to address the code
management needs of professional front-end web developers. In 1997, he
released the first version of Webgenz CMS.
At the core of Webgenz CMS is a full-featured macro language that allows
modular and object-oriented coding techniques to be applied to HTML. This
makes it easy to share and reuse front-end code throughout a web site. By
providing a framework for maximizing reuse and separating presentation from
content, Webgenz CMS makes site development more efficient and predictable,
while ensuring site-wide consistency.
For smaller web site projects, Webgenz CMS can be used as a stand-alone
solution. For larger projects, it's the perfect compliment to server-based
content and site management solutions.
Dave has been developing commercial software for over 15 years and much of the inspiration
for Webgenz CMS came from Dave's background in SmallTalk and object-oriented software
engineering. Webgenz CMS is actively maintained and enhanced.
You can contact us by writing to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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