A CMS (content management system) without the need for a database. Flat file - meaning all the posts/ files are stored right on your website, making your whole website more portable. Flat files do not use an SQL database.

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Automad
A flat file-based CMS with an integrated template engine.
Baun
An open source, lightweight, extensible CMS for PHP.
Blogoommer
A standalone java application for editing, organizing and publishing weblogs by FTP. Generate a weblog site with calendar-based navigation, links, and RSS 1.0 and 2.0 news feeds.
Blosxom
Lightweight blogging application written in Perl.
Bludit
Free and open source. Uses flat-files to store the posts and pages. No database required.
CMSimple
Open source content management system requires no database.
Dodger CMS
A static markdown with custom layouts built on top of Amazon S3.
Dropplets - GitHub
A minimalist (databaseless) markdown blogging platform.
Fansoro
An open source flat-file content management system. Uses the Fenom templating engine.
Feindura
Open Source flat file based content management system with CK Editor 4.
Flatnux CMS
CMS with textual database.
FlatPress
A blogging engine is presented with download, demo, blog, wiki, forum and themes.
GetSimple CMS
Open source, GPL flat file XML. Requires no database and has plugins for expansion.
Grav
An open source flat-file CMS. Multi-language support.
Greymatter
Weblogging software requires Perl 5 and knowledge of HTML.
Guppy
Database free CMS for personal and hobby sites.
Hexio
A blog framework. All the features of GitHub Flavored Markdown are supported.
HTMLy
Databaseless, flat file, content management platform.
Hugo
A static site generator. Can be deployed on S3, GitHub Pages, Dropbox or any web host.
Karbon CMS
The database-less ASP.NET MVC CMS. Open source.
Kirby
A premium file based CMS.
Mara CMS
Integrates conventional HTML files into a managed framework with cascading top or side menus, banners, footers or other dynamic content.
Mecha CMS
A file-based CMS. It does not require any database.
Metalsmith
A pluggable static site generator. File based.
A Micro CMS
A small, open source flat file system, la.plume.
Middleman
Distributed using the RubyGems package manager.
Monstra
Simple CMS written in PHP. Does not require a database.
Nesta
A Ruby CMS easily extended using the Sinatra web framework.
Nibbleblog
File based CMS, free under GPL-3 license.
Noddity
Publish markdown-based content to a wiki-type site or minimalist blog.
Parvula
A simple and flexible CMS.
Pebble
A a lightweight, open source, Java EE blogging tool. Blog content is stored as XML files on disk and served up dynamically, so there's no need to install a database.
Phile CMS
Flat-file PHP CMS. Powered By Markdown And Twig.
Pico
A flat file CMS. Open source.
Pivot
A customizable weblog/ journal tool written in PHP and using flat files as the data storage.
Pluck CMS
Pluck is a small and simple content management. Open source.
Publii
A static CMS that runs on the desktop. Alpha version available, requires subscription.
Pulse CMS
Static CMS for building sites without a database.
puppyCMS
A flat file, responsive, SEO-friendly, tiny CMS.
RazorCMS
Open source flat file content management system written in PHP. Used to build and maintain a website on a webserver.
Site Cake
Basic drag and drop CMS for static websites. No database required.
Sitemagic CMS
No database required. Features include the built-in Designer, Cards inspired design concept, and fully responsive design templates with fluid grids.
Sphido
An open source, lightweight, flat file CMS for PHP.
Stacey
A lightweight content management system. No database setup or installation files.
Statamic
Premium database free CMS. Built on Laravel and sporting a Vue.js-powered control panel
Techy
A flat file CMS based on Gulp and AbsurdJS. Open source.
Thingamablog
A cross-platform, standalone application for authoring and publishing weblogs. It will work on any platform on which Java can run. Thingamablog does not require a third-party blogging host, a CGI/PHP enabled web server, or a MySQL database. The only requirement to setup and manage a blog is FTP access to a web server.
TidyCMS
A flat databaseless CMS that makes HTML-files editable and dynamic.
Type & Grids
Premium flat file CMS. Themes are available, free.
Typesetter CMS
An open source CMS written in PHP focused on ease of use with WYSIWYG editing and flat-file storage.
Urubu
Set up a website as logically related content, not just by date. Open source micro CMS.
Veolay CMS
No coding and no database needed. Low cost CMS.
WalkerCMS
A file-based content management system suited primarily for small websites.
webdoll - SourceForge.net
Free site builder, CMS. No need for any database or configuration.
Wintersmith
Flexible, minimalistic, multi-platform static site generator built on top of node.js.
Wonder CMS
A small flat file CMS.
Yellow - Datenstrom
A flat-file CMS and a static site generator.
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