Sitecake is drag and drop CMS for static websites. It works with
both HTML and PHP websites.
It has really minimal interface: the toolbar with content icons
that floats on top of your website. With dragging and dropping
content icons (text, photo, videoâ€¦) to your
website you are adding the content. Content can be drag and dropped
from your desktop or different cloud services like YouTube, Vimeo,
Facebook, Twitter, Google Maps, …
Sitecake features easy integration and only basic editing
capabilities, which makes it a perfect CMS for website owners who
find WordPress too difficult.
Edit in Place, Drag and Drop Everything
- No template engine. It works with any HTML website.
- No database. Itâ€™s flat file CMS, saves text
to HTML, images to file system. Website is static all the
- Simple integration. Add
â€œsc-contentâ€ CSS class to divs that
you want to become editable.
- WYSIWYG. Edit text in place, resize and crop images in place.
Edit live website, not lookalike copy in your admin.
- Easy to upgrade. Just replace /sitecake folder with new
version. Silent update (Google Chrome style) is on our road
- Multi language UI (English, Spanish, Russian, German, French,
Italian, Danish, Czech, Slovenian, Serbian, Slovak, Portuguese,
Portuguese Brazil, Turkish, Norwegian, Dutch)
- Sitecake is completely separate from your website. If you
delete Sitecake, your website is still up to date, still working
- Static websites are much simpler, and much, much faster to load
than a typical WordPress website. Google loves this.
- Add â€˜sc-contentâ€™ class to
divs you want editable
- Upload Sitecake to the same folder as your website
- Point browser to
and login with
â€˜adminâ€™pass to start
Read more about integration in our .
Is Sitecake for
- If your client has a problem navigating WordPress to edit a
website, Sitecake is for you and your client!
- If you have one page website, need an easy way to edit, but
donâ€™t want to spend money on a developer to
integrate a â€˜realâ€™ CMS.
Sitecake is for you!
- If you need the fastest possible website. Get yourself a static
website, cash it with free CDN service like CloudFlare and manage
it with Sitecake.
- page manger (clone pages, delete pages, reorder menu items, on
- snippets (create custom HTML snippets and add them as drag and
drop content items on the toolbar)
- completely rewritten client side, switch from GWT to
- slideshow/gallery content item
- table content item
- silent update (auto update)
- layout manager (drag and drop page builder from pre-designed
- Supported for PHP 7 added. New minimal version for running
Sitecake is PHP 5.6
- Opening link in a new window supported
- Request parametar name for opening Sitecake on a page changed
- Fixed: BACKSPACE/DEL deletes content of the bullet list
- Fixed: CloudFlare caching issue
- Fixed: Bad (404) redirection after logout from
- Fixed: Crashing on undo press while editing text element
- Fixed: Impossible to press delete (X button) on image
- Fixed: Srcset disappearance
- Fixed: Undo caused duplication of br tags
- Improved session handling
- Fixed: error handler shows full paths inside error message
- Fixed: Sitecake tried to copy deleted files and displayed
missing file error
- Fixed: In edit mode links to other pages failed to invoke
Sitecake toolbar on a newly open page
- Fixed: site root permission check failure, manifesting in HTTP
- PHP sites supported â€“ except for HTML
files/pages, PHP pages can also be edited by Sitecake (certain
- Subdirectories support â€“ Sitecake can edit
pages located in subdirectories as well.
- Explicitly control what pages are under Sitecake control
- Automatic refresh of draft content upon manual template changes
â€“ when page files are manually changed, draft
files (in sitecake-temp) are automatically updated.
- New server side (PHP) session handlers supported (memcache,
memcached and redis)
- Logging server-side (PHP) errors into log file
- Configurable entry point URL (sitecake.php)
- HTML code within content containers beautified
- Support for multi-class user styles
- Support for user styles in named content containers
- Prevent caching of the editor configuration file
- Server side logging and error handling improved
- Fixed: CSS rules with pseudo selectors treated as user
- Fixed: problem with logging out from non-index pages
- Fixed: raw html content item cannot be clicked/selected after