NewsLite - Online Responsive NewsPaper CMS

NewsLite - Online Responsive NewsPaper CMS

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This script is a nice, attractive, clean and responsive online newspaper content management system (CMS). You can use this for any type of news, and magazine related websites. We have tried our best to make this CMS user-friendly. Our clients will be able to change almost everything on this website like logo, favicon, contents, pages etc.

We have created this content management system based on the procedural PHP and MySQL. So our codes are clean and easy to understand for most of the coders. So if you set up your mind to change any code later, you can give the task to any programmer and he/she should be able to change that easily without facing any complex programming issues. We are also here to give you support about that. So never be worried to modify any kind of codes.

Our Specialties

Our CMS has the following special features:

  1. User friendly interface
  2. Developer friendly codes
  3. Great User Experienced design
  4. SEO friendly URL slug implemented instead of using .php extension in most places
  5. Security implemented in all the pages
  6. Multi-level Admin panel System (Admin and Publishers logins are available)
  7. Unlimited page creating system
  8. Unlimited menu creating system
  9. Unlimited category creating system
  10. Unlimited news posting system for blog
  11. Unlimited advertisement in sidebar for both top and bottom section of page
  12. Advertisement in home page top and middle section
  13. Home page category management system
  14. Photo Gallery page layout
  15. Contact page layout
  16. And a lot more …

Online Demo

Front End:
Admin and Publisher Login:

Admin Login

Password: 1234

Publisher Login

Password: 123456


Version 1.1

- Made the script compatible with php 8+
- Added swiftmailer with SMTP
- Unicode character support to database tables

Version 1.0

Initial Release

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