Code rather than a graphical user interface (GUI) is used to build SilverStripe CMS websites. There are numerous modules available for functions such as blogs, forums, and web forms.
As a content author, you can set up approval processes for new content, publish or unpublish items on a particular date (embargo/expiry function), and have differing levels of access permissions for different parts of your site. SilverStripe CMS lets you plan your content in advance, offering draft and live versions of your site, as well as a rollback option to bring back an old version of a page, as it used to be. Content is also shareable across multiple sites, managed through a single installation of the CMS.
Play well with others
SilverStripe CMS can integrate with other systems, and it is the only Microsoft Certified content management system built with open source tools. SilverStripe is also multilingual: You can switch the CMS into one of 65 languages and create content in other languages.
SilverStripe CMS has been downloaded over 350,000 times so there is a community of developers behind the project. Documentation for SilverStripe is available and there are numerous forums and books available, all of which can support your use of SilverStripe.
All in all a total web managment system