Serendipity is a PHP-powered weblog application which gives the user an easy way to maintain an online diary, weblog or even a complete homepage. While the default package is designed for the casual blogger, Serendipity offers a flexible, expandable and easy-to-use framework with the power for professional applications.
Casual users appreciate the way Serendipity's sophisticated plugin architecture allows you to easily modify both the appearance of your blog and its features. You can install more than120 plugins with just one click, instantly enhancing your blog's functionality. No need to edit code!
Robust Editing Interface
Anti-Spam / Comment moderation
Support for XML-RPC Editing
Trackback and Pingback
Open Source - BSD License
ReviewsAdvantages of Serendipity
by a Guest - Garvin Hicking - August 11, 2009, 8:42 am
Serendipity developers listen to thoughts and needs of users, support their issues and tailor Serendipity to their needs.
It's built for flexibility and standards-compliancs in all aspects; uses Smarty Templates for easy customization, has a plugin system easy to use (with 150+ plugins to choose from a powerful manager).
Serendipity keeps a close eye on good performance and very much on tight security, and backward-compatibility for easy upgrading at any point.
Not just a blog
by a Guest - John Lucassian - August 11, 2009, 1:20 pm
Serendipity is fantastic. Serendipity can be used as a CMS with all the trimmings! I run at least 3 different websites using Serendipity and only one of them actually has a Blog. There are tons of plugins available for just about any application and customizing my own templates was a breeze - even adding functionality to the admin panel and my website was easy. (There are plenty of download-able templates too!)
Neat and really Fast
by a Guest - soft - September 3, 2009, 10:43 am
S9y is really a neat and clean blogging script. Its fast as well. I recommend people to try it.
by a Guest - klaipeda - March 24, 2010, 6:33 am
I found that I really disliked this serenstupidity! I spent a day searching inside the code trying to figure out how to ad a simple HTML "a href" link! It said to register a function if I wanted to add something! If you have plenty of time to dig around somebody's else code and to fight with it this thing is for you! When I asked serenstupidity a question they said that being at my 40 years of age I had my parents to sign a form and MAIL it back to them in order to e-mail them!
by a Guest - a6carren - March 26, 2013, 7:06 am