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Things We Should Know About MojoMotor CMS

Mojomotor is an affordable and simple CMS for small-sized websites. There’s one common problem for website owners and developers: Once they have created a website, it needs to be continuously updated and maintained. It is clear that content management systems make the whole update and maintenance task less painful. WordPress is mainly aimed for blog-type websites, but it could still be modified to become many other website platforms. MojoMotor is interesting CMS because it shares the same characteristic with WordPress. It comes with lightweight user interface and can provide more by doing less. Mojomotor is easier for both content editors and developers. We don’t need to log into an administrative back-end. Unlike some other CMSs, there is no complex workflow with multiple drafts and page states. Users would only need to log in to MojoMotor before making necessary edits. There are many things that we can do, such as editing images and texts. This simplicity makes MojoMotor a more interesting CMS for people who need simpler websites.

MojoMotor comes with a simple WYSIWYG editor that’s perfectly usable for website editing purposes. When viewing the webpage in the administration interface of MojoMotor, we can access many different parts of the page, including the main content area. These sections are often marked as highlighted or editable in color. We could click at just about any location of the interface and the WYSIWYG interface will be morphed into a user-friendly toolbar with icons for uploading images, creating links and formatting text. When using MojoMotor, we don’t need to know anything about HTML, JavaScript, CSS and other languages. MojoMotor comes with a default theme that seems to be quite similar with WordPress’ basic theme. There are multiple themes that we can use. They are also customizable, allowing our website to look reasonably unique, although many other people are using them. Zero PHP knowledge is needed when we want to design our website using MojoMotor. This is because MojoMotor is versatile enough for various purposes.

After using it for a while, we could see that MojoMotor is simply a platform that works for simple websites. It is possible to create a MojoMotor-based website with hundreds of webpages and new ones that are added almost daily. However, it is all about simple and basic representation and we shouldn’t expect to offer more sophisticated interface. If we want to blog using MojoMotor, we would need to install the MojoBlog plug-in and this could provide us with straightforward solutions for blogging. MojoMotor is developed by the same team that is working on ExpressionEngine, so migrating between these content management systems should be easy to do. In essence, MojoMotor doesn’t want to please everyone and it focuses on high degree of usability in simple platforms. In this case, MojoMotor is succeeding in doing just that. It comes with some amount of extensibility and low-cost platform. We should be aware that MojoMotor isn’t a free platform and users need to pay for each installation of MojoMotor.

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