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Content management tool

Mambo is a full-featured, award-winning content management system (CMS) that can be used for everything from simple websites to complex corporate applications. It is used all over the world to power government portals, corporate intranets and extranets, e-commerce sites, nonprofit outreach, schools, church, and community sites. Mambo's "power in simplicity" also makes it the CMS of choice for many small businesses and personal sites. With over 8 million downloads, Mambo is arguably one of the most popular CMS's in the world. Mambo is easy to install, simple to manage, and reliable.


User manual available in 9 languages from


version 4.6.5 (stable)
released on 22 December 2008


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License:GPLv2Kelly Hopkins22 December 2008
License:GPLv2orlaterKelly Hopkins22 December 2008

Leaders and contributors

Mambo Open Source Project Maintainer

Resources and communication

AudienceResource typeURI
Bug TrackingBug Tracking
SupportMailing List Info/Archive
Debian (Ref)

Software prerequisites

Required to usePHP
Required to useMySQL

This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 21 February 2018.


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