Jul 14, 2018

NewsTree – Magazine and News Portal Website CMS

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NewsTree is a responsive newsletter and blog portal CMS script. It has a nice and attractive front end interface that is really appealing. Also the backend has many amazing features that are necessary for a modern and professional newspaper website. Almost all sorts of tasks can be done using the admin panel without any programming or language skills.

This CMS is built using the procedural php (with PDO function) and without any frame. For that reason, it is easily adapted by most developers. This CMS is strong against SQL injection and XSS attacks; and your site will be safe.


NewsTree CMS has the following features:

  1. Easy and simple interface for use
  2. Completely responsive to any device
  3. Powerful admin backend as WordPress
  4. Pure coding with correct comment
  5. ] Secure Encryption for SQL Injection
  6. Direct Access or Invalid URL Pressure Suspended for Each Page
  7. Statistics for Some Data in the Dashboard
  8. Multilevel User Handling
  9. More Category Layouts for Website Sections
  10. Unlimited Category and Creation by post
  11. Scheduled post for publication
  12. Unlimited creation of photo and video gallery
  13. Unlimited image and video creation
  14. Unlimited page creation
  15. Unlimited menu item with dropdown
  16. Facebook comment section for each post
  17. SEO meta data setup for each post, page, and category
  18. Unlimited file u ploadin g system
  19. All important social media URL setup to top bar and sidebar
  20. Advertisement section image setup with links
  21. Subscriber data export as CSV format


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Back End: Click Here

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Password: 1234


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Password: 1234

Note: Data is not saved in demo version.


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Jaeho Park completed a Master in Fine Arts at the Hongik University in 1999, followed by a Master in Photographic Studies at the University of Westminster in 2012. After working for many years as a university professor, designer and curator in South Korea.

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