Content Management since 2004. Both simple and flexible.
REDAXO provides you an easy-to-learn website framework. It lets you create content from custom modules with full control of any input and output. It is multilingual, highly extendable and adapts to your workflow.
REDAXO is mainly used in German-speaking countries. However, the software already comes in several languages — English, Spanish, Italian, Swedisch, Portuguese — and the community is working on translating more and more content. If you don't understand German, please don't let that stop you from trying REDAXO: The community is known for being extremely helpful and friendly, and we will support you wherever we can!
Get to know REDAXO and its community:
1. Install CMS and check out the demo websites
This is probably the best way to get to know REDAXO: install the latest release, log in to the admin section and use the built-in Installer addOn to check out one of the demo websites. If you’re new to REDAXO or don’t speak german, search for
demo_base (»Basisdemo«) as it is fully translated into English and explains all major topics.
2. Join our Slack
You’ll find a lot of community members in the Slack chat. And also the core developers. This is probably the best option to ask questions and get to know the community.
—Happy to see you there, get your invite at redaxo.org/slack!
3. Connect on Twitter
Follow @REDAXO on Twitter to read the latest topics (mostly in German, often in English) and ask any questions! We’ll be glad to help.
4. Get help from the forum
If you want to ask detailed questions about REDAXO, it might be helpful to use the forum.
5. Find people on the Community World Map
Developer setup instructions
In case you want to support the development of REDAXO, this is how to set up the system on your local machine:
$ git clone https://github.com/redaxo/redaxo.git $ cd redaxo $ git submodule init $ git submodule update
Note: GitHub code does not contain submodules if you download the ZIP file. Better fetch the latest release instead!
If you need help, come by the Slack chat!