Discover Pagekit in minutes.

Build sites easily

The central place to manage your content is the Site Tree. Set up your menu structure, edit your pages and manage widgets. All in one interface, with simple drag and drop.

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All stats in one place

The configurable dashboard provides an overview of your project and allows for quick access to your content. Explore your Google Analytics statistics and track visitors in real-time.

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Start blogging now

Pagekit’s blog provides you with the tools to start creating content and to share your stories right away. The built-in comment system allows you to involve your users.

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Effective tools. Waiting for you.

Writing in the browser, done right

The HTML & Markdown editor provides a great writing experience with markdown, real-time preview, syntax highlighting and fullscreen mode. Inserting media through the file manager is super easy.

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Organize your mess

The file manager is a handy tool to upload media and manage your file and folder structure. You can toggle between list and thumbnail view, whatever suits you best. It is always right within your reach as part of the editor.

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Collaborate with your team

Our user and permission system is simply powerful and encourages you to involve team members in your project. Permissions have speaking names and you can control exactly what users may or may not do on your site.

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Build amazing things.

Modern Technology

A simple ORM, the modular architecture and package management using Composer make developing for Pagekit a breeze. Data-reactive components with Vue.js put the joy back into user interface development.

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A look under the hood

A powerful debug toolbar helps developers monitor performance, routing, database queries and debug internal system events. Extensions can even add their own functionalities.

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Keyboard enthusiasts welcome

The command line tool is a handy helper. Perform system updates, install and uninstall extensions and themes and clear the cache right from the terminal.

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