MarPlo CMS Blog is a Blogging tool for Simple Blog pages; created with PHP, MySQL (using OOP technology, and PDO), HTML5, and JavaScript (Ajax with jQuery). Accesible from desktop browsers, and Mobile devices; light and easy to Administrate.
Before you use this CMS (Content Management System) for blog, you should have a minimum knowledge about HTML (and CSS) and PHP.
The page content, and menu are loaded with Ajax. The content is stored in MySQL database, and also in cache files on server. The last five pages that the user accesses are stored in memory with JavaScript, so, if the user accesses again those pages (before closing the window) the content is instantly displayed, without request to server.

• To Download it, click: MarPlo CMS Blog

To test this Script, click -> Demo CMS Blog with Ajax

- To log in as Administrator, in the test page click on the Administrator link (in the page footer), and use:
Name: admin
Password: pass


- Apache server, with .htaccess and Mod-Rewrite available.
- PHP 5.2 +
- MySQL 5+
- Web browser with JavaScript enabled.

MarPlo CMS Blog Features

- SEO Friendly URLs.
- Accesible from Desktop Web browsers, and Mobile Devices.
- Double Cache system (on server, and on client side), that makes the content to load very fast, and uses very little bandwidth.
- Each Category and Article can be set to load or not via Ajax.
- Valid HTML5 (works also on Internet Explorer versions that not support HTML5).
- Easy Administrator Management (create, modify, delete Categories and Articles, directy from WebPage).
- Easy to create own Template.
- Easy to translate it to be used in other languages than English.
- Auto create Menu, Archive, and RSS Feed.
- The user can write comments in the blog-page, and chooses notification of new comments.

- This Blog CMS is free (does not provide support or personal modifications).
More details about installation, and other settings, you'll find in a "Read.html" file, in the archive with the script.

It was successfully tested with Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer, Google Chrome and Opera, for a general configuration on localhost with XAMPP, and also on the server of the website If on other systems does not work properly, depends on their configuration. Problems can appear especially on hostings which can have restrictions on .htaccess, or not support PDO; or if you modify something in the script code, without knowing PHP and JavaScript.

Daily Test with Code Example

Which tag is used to add definition lists into a <dl> element?
<dt> <dd> <li>
  <dd> - Hyper Text Markup Language</dd>
  <dd> - Language for web pages</dd>
Which CSS property can hide an element on page, letting an empty space in its place?
display position visibility
#id {
  visibility: hidden;
Click on the event which is triggered when the mouse clicks on an object.
onclick onmouseover onfocus
document.getElementById("id").onclick = function(){
Indicate the PHP variable that contains the contents of both $_GET, $_POST, and $_COOKIE arrays.
if(isset($_REQUEST["id"])) {
  echo $_REQUEST["id"];
Blog CMS with Ajax - jQuery

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