Wolf CMS is a content management system and is Free Software published under the GNU General Public License v3. Wolf CMS is written in the PHP programming language. Wolf CMS is a fork of Frog CMS.
The project was a finalist in the 2010 Packt Publishing's Open Source awards for the "Most Promising Open Source Project" category.
As of the 28th of December 2010, the Wolf CMS code repository was moved from Google Code to Github.
Wolf CMS can be extended through its plugin system. A few of them, called core plugins, are available with the default installation.
Archive: This plugin provides an easy to use, blog-style articles setup to your Wolf CMS installation.
Comments: Provides out-of-the-box commenting functionality for Wolf CMS. .
File Manager: Simple file manager to provide a web interface for your public directory.
Textile: To allow more flexibility for site administrators and content editors alike, Wolf CMS provides a selectable page contents filter system.
Markdown: Provides a selectable page contents filter system
Statistics: This plugin will track all visitor information to provide simple statistics for your website.
SQLite 3: Provided for those administrators who want to use SQLite instead of MySQL as a database management system.
Page not found: Allows administrators to customize their "page not found" page.
Wolf CMS, seems to be thriving, with a growing community and active development.
On the 28th of December 2010, the Wolf CMS code repository was moved from Google Code to Github.
Wolf CMS requires a webserver with PHP Version 5.1 or greater (with PDO support). MySQL 4.1 or greater, SQLite 3 or PostgreSQL. Wolf CMS assumes you use the Apache HTTP server by default but is also known to run on these HTTP servers as well:
The Wolf CMS wiki provides rewrite rules for each of the listed http servers.