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Why Build A Website If You Can Build A Portal
Say bye...bye...to website. Say no more to a homepage. Website is a kid toys. Right here, right now, everybody can have his or her own portal. Portal is no longer a Yahoo toys.

Portal? Yesss. It's eazy to build a portal. If you can or ever build your own homepage, you can build your own portal too. And whatever you need to build a portal, you can get it free. Open Source. And look no further: use eNdonesia 8.5.

eNdonesia 8.5 is a web portal application, content management system, news publishing systems, or whatever you want to name it. It has been developed to enable people build their own internet empire by providing portal for the public, just like what Yahoo has done, and Google want to do.

It's easy to install, use and manage. This will let you focus on delivering content --what ever it is-- to your portal visitor.

Using eNdonesia 8.5, you can build various portal with diverse content as you wish. Its modular approach enable you to extend your portal by adding another module.

This php scripts works on any operating system, including Linux or Windows, as long as they have Php (v 4.x and above)and MySQL (v 3.x and above). More better, on Apache web server.

There is no demo site for eNdonesia 8.5. Who needs a demo anyway? It's only take a few minutes to install eNdonesia 8.5 and make it work. But if you want to see real operating sites, just take a look at this site. Or visit our other portal: http://www.indoplaces.com, in Indonesia languages, or http://www.indoplaces.net for English site.

On its first release, eNdonesia 8.x was developed based on phpWebSite. The scripts released because in that time I hate to upgrade to newer phpWebSite (0.8.2.x), because there is no upgrade tools. So, I decided to re-develop and distribute it under new eNdonesia ''brand'' name.

By ongoing and continuous development, more functionalities added. Some made from scratch, and the others by adopting useful function from another open source php script, such as PhpNuke, phpLink, etc.