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Websell Gaming CMS

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webSPELL is a free Content Management System which was especially developed for the needs of esport related communities.

The purpose of the system is to offer a professional and free opportunity to create and administrate your own website in an easy and optimized way. Aided by a high usability and a multitude of available modules in conjunction with an easy understandable template system it allows a full customisation to individual needs. With the integrated user-controllable language system webSPELL is a brilliant choice for any esports related international web project.

Since a short while we are also offering an optimized and enhanced webSPELL version for the special requirements of non-profit organisations. The purpose of both systems is to offer a professional and free opportunity to create and administrate your own website in an easy and optimized way.

webSPELL was developed and distributed as a commercial system by Michael Gruber till version 3.1. In the year 2005 Florian Siegmund took over the webSPELL project and founded the current development team. With version 4 webSPELL became opensource and was released under the terms of the GNU General Public License (GPL).

Since the release of version 4 webSPELL has evolved to the leading and most known content management system for esport related web projects and powers tenthousands of internet pages all over the world. dle 10.6


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