PostNuke is a great software that is used as a Content Management System, or CMS, as is better known in Internet jargon. This is something that helps people who do not have much in depth knowledge about computers or computer language yet they want to create and run their own websites.
Anyone can manage a website with the help the PostNuke - whether you are planning to launch your very personal blog where you would share your photographs and talk about the milestones in your life; or you want to launch that e-business you have postponed for the last few years because you did not know how to go about it the PostNuke is the answer for you.
You can achieve the most sophisticated and professional looking website with just a few clicks when you use PostNuke CMS. There are many CMS out there, however, none can come even close to the simplicity and at the same time diversity of the themes (read it as website styles) that PostNuke CMS offers you. The website created with PostNuke CMS can be as simple or as complicated as you need it to be.
The PostNuke is relatively a new entrant in the market which is a plus point because it has used the experience gathered by other CMS to offer you an almost flawless platform for your use. Some of the greatest features you will find with PostNuke are site search, unbreachable security, ready to use WYSIWYG editor for those last moment ideas, more than 36 language support, third party modules for easy customization, among others.
The PostNuke is licensed under GNU GPL, follows WCG accessibility guidelines and is W3C compliant. It also offers SEO output. Those who love the PostNuke would love to check out the OpenStar as well - which is an extension to the former. This is mainly used to run tests on new applications with PostNuke.