Melody

Melody is an open source content management and publishing system derived from the popular blogging tool Movable Type. Melody is for those who find value in belonging to, supporting and contributing to a community of helpful, passionate and devoted users, but it is also for people who want a secure, proven and high quality publishing environment for their personal web site or their business. - GitHub - openmelody/melody: Melody is an open source content management and publishing system derived from the popular blogging tool Movable Type. Melody is for those who find value in belonging to, supporting and contributing to a community of helpful, passionate and devoted users, but it is also for people who want a secure, proven and high quality publishing environment for their personal web site or their business.

Other CMS / CMS

github.com/openmelody/melody



Usage Statistics

Market Share

The market share for Melody decreased by 0.0001 percentage points (from 0.0001% to %) for top 1m sites, more than any other segment during the same period of time.


Market Sharen/an/an/an/an/a
Websitesn/an/an/an/a4
% Changen/an/a
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-100%
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Top 1K sitesTop 10K sitesTop 100K sitesTop 1M sitesAll Sites

Top Level Domains

Websites using Melody were found on 4 top level domains

  • Commercial (.com) (25.0%)
  • Indonesia (.id) (25.0%)
  • Brazil (.br) (25.0%)
  • France (.fr) (25.0%)

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Popular Sites Using Melody

We detected the following sites were using Melody

melodyfm.com.br

mpssoft.co.id

moonpsp.com



How We Detect Installations of Melody


Meta

A CMS will sometimes include a meta tag within the html of each page. This is usually a "generator" tag like <meta name="generator" content="What CMS" /> but could also be "application-name", "Powered-By" or anyting else the CMS creators decide to use.


Dedicated Content Management System Detection