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Apache Roller Overview

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3.5

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Apache Roller is a well-known open-source Java-based multi-user group blog server that is suitable for both small and large blog sites. The platform includes a variety of features such as group blogging, comment moderation, and comment spam prevention, and gives bloggers complete control over blog style and layout.

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About Apache Roller

Apache Roller Features

  • Apache Roller FeaturesMulti-User Blogging : Capable of supporting as many as thousands of users and blogs.
  • Apache Roller FeaturesPermission Levels : Offers 3 permission levels including owner, editor, and drafter in group blogging.
  • Apache Roller FeaturesComment Spam Protection : Includes comment spam prevention measures and comment moderation support.
  • Apache Roller FeaturesTemplates Support : Apache’s velocity-driven templates provide full control over blog layout/style.
  • Apache Roller FeaturesEntry & Comment Feeds : All Apache’s blogs feature entry and comment feed in RSS 2.0 as well as Atom 1.0 formats.
  • Apache Roller FeaturesSEO Support : Comes with blog-entry-specific meta-description elements and web analytics tracking keys.

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Alternatives.co has rated
Apache Roller as 4.3

4.3

/5

  • G2
    4.3
Top Reviews
  • Verified User in InternetMid-Market(51-1000 emp.)

    4.5

    /5

    The comment moderation is imperative to my current position. Having this built into the software truly makes a difference in my day instead of manually monitoring them by myself or with my team. I feel that the customization tool could be a touch more user-friendly. Helping with SEO.

  • Verified User in AccountingSmall-Business(50 or fewer emp.)

    3.0

    /5

    OPEN SOURCE PROGRAM ,NO WORRIES ABOUT PRICING, POSSIBLITIES OF INTEGRATION CONCERN ABOUT SUPPORT ON DEVELOPMENT AND TROUBLESHOOTING. BLOGGING