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Oct 11, 2013


phpSQLiteCMS is a simple and lightweight open source web content management system (CMS) based on PHP and SQLite. As SQLite is file-based, it just runs "out of the box" without installation.

System requirements


  1. Load up the script files to your server
  2. Depending on your server configuration you may need to change the write permissions of the following files/directories:
    • cms/data - directory of the SQLite database files, needs to be writable by the webserver
    • content.sqlite, entries.sqlite and userdata.sqlite - SQLite database files, need to be writable by the webserver
    • cms/cache - cache directory, needs to be writable if you want to use the caching feature
    • cms/media and cms/files - need to be writable if you want to use the file uploader
  3. Ready! You should now be able to access the index page by browsing to the address you uploaded phpSQLiteCMS (e.g. To administrate the page, go to The default admin userdata is: username: admin, password: admin.