EasyDoesIt is a micro web site framework using PHP. It requieres no database in order to work, since it uses plain text files instead. It has been conceived with maximum simplicity in mind.

The aim of this software is to provide developers of simple web sites with an organizational structure and basic files so that they have no need to re-invent the wheel with every new web site. A developer used to EasyDoesIt knows where to find every element of the web site at first sight, so the maintenance of the web site benefits from normalization.

EasyDoesIt provides the developer with:

  • A simple parsing engine for all pages.
  • A multi-template system.
  • A uniform way for naming all pages in a web site.
  • A set of common PHP variables which can be accessed for convenience at any point of the page or template code.
  • A basic customization for every page, based on proprietary tags, including page title, page keywords, page description and page alternative template.
  • Pre and post hooks so that you can create per-site and per-page scripts to increase site and page functionality.
  • A structure of folders in which to organize web pages, images, templates and a single configuration file.
  • A way to include custom variables and functions.
  • A simple form processing script.

EasyDoesIt is intended for developers willing to use the following technologies:

  • HTML
  • CSS
  • Javascript/Ajax
  • PHP

EasyDoesIt is known to nicely coexist with the following services/technologies:

  • Flickr
  • Google AdSense
  • Google Analytics
  • Google Maps
  • Google Web Fonts
  • Piwik
  • Simplepie
  • Slideshare
  • Twitter widget
  • Youtube
  • Vimeo
  • JQuery
  • MooTools
  • Less
  • Amazon S3
  • Google Drive
  • Flash
  • AddThis
  • ShareThis

Besides, it should work just fine with any other service based on embedding HTML or Javascript code in your pages, like Facebook widgets.

Easy Does It

Creating small web sites, in an organized and easy fashion.

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