This is a PHP Project that I created entitle Simple Charity Website Management System. This project is a sort of CMS (Content Management System) for a charity or foundation. The source code will help you understand how does a CMS website works and build using PHP Language. The source code itself is nice to start with for those who are planning to develop a website like this. It is easy to modify and understand.
The Simple Charity Website Management System (CMS) has an Admin Panel to manage the information shown on their website. The system website contains Charity info, Causes Content, Upcoming Events, and blogs/posts. All of the said contents/features of the website mentioned can be modified or managed at the Admin Panel of the system. The blog/posts topic categories are dynamically listed in the project. Admin users can publish/unpublished blogs/posts. For the Causes and Posts Content the user/author can upload images that they can use for the content and also the system requires them to enter the article keywords and meta description for SEO purposes. The system has user-friendly functionalities and a pleasant user interface. Feel Free to Download and Modify the source code the way you wanted.
PHPMyAdmin in a browser. i.e.
SQL file. The file is known as
charity_db.sql located inside the database folder.
http://localhost/charity/admin for the admin side.
That's it! You can now explore the features and functionalities of this Simple Charity Website Management System (CMS) in PHP and MySQL Database. I hope this project will help you with what you are looking for and you'll find something useful for your future PHP Projects.
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