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Building a professional website on Rails has never been easier. Create fascinating blog posts and interesting pages using Integrals sleek backend. Integrated SEO gives you full control of your online presence. There are no fancy over complicated methodologies to learn, so long as you have a basic grasp of Rails then you’ll be up and running in no time - with the ability to easily customise Integral to exactly what you want.
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Integral CMS

Integral CMS Features

Integral is a CMS for Rails 6+. The aim of Integral is to lower the barrier of entry in creating websites, using Ruby on Rails, with all the bells and whistles that users have now come to expect. Out of the box integral provides;

  • Backend features
    • Professional design
    • Activity tracking
    • User notifications
    • User authentication & authorization
    • Page & Post management with block editor
    • File management using Active Storage + direct uploads
    • List management
    • Settings management
  • Frontend features
    • Dynamic Pages
    • Integrated Blog
    • Multilingual
    • SEO Ready
    • Contact form processing w/ HTML emails
    • Sitemap generation
  • Find out more...

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Getting Started

Get a professional website up and running in minutes - Check out our documentation website for installation instructions and guides.

Information

Bug reporting

If you discover a problem with Integral, we would love to know about it. Please use the GitHub issue tracker to contact us about it.

If you have discovered a security related bug, please do NOT use the GitHub issue tracker. Send an email to patrick@yamasolutions.com

Looking for help

If you have any questions please feel free to use the GitHub issue tracker.

Contributing

We love contributers! Please check out the contributing guide for guidelines on how to proceed. Bug reports and pull requests are welcome on Github.

Licence

Integral is available as open source under the terms of the MIT License.