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Try Plone

Online demo sites allow users to experience the look and feel of Plone as well as check out its ease of use and features. These sites let users log in using a variety of roles so they can see the difference between what users, editors, and administrators see when working in Plone.

If you're interested in installing Plone yourself, please see further below.

demo.plone.dehttp://demo.plone.de

Maintained by: The German Plone Community
Plone version: 5.0.8
Installed Add-ons: support for multilingual, placeful workflow, working copy
Languages: English, German, Spanish, Basque

plone-demo.infohttp://www.plone-demo.info

Maintained by: ZOPYX
Plone version: 5.0.4
Installed Add-ons: PloneFormGen

plonedemo.comhttp://plonedemo.com

Maintained by: Six Feet Up
Plone version: 4.3
Installed Add-ons: Easy Slideshow, Lineage, blog.star, PloneFormGen

screenshothttp://plone5demo.quintagroup.com/

Maintained by: Quintagroup
Plone version: 5.0
Installed Add-ons: Sunrain theme, easy forms, support for multilingual, placeful workflow, OpenID authentication, working copy, collective.embedly embedded videos, images and other rich media

plone-demo.quintagroup.comhttp://plone-demo.quintagroup.com

Maintained by: Quintagroup
Plone version: 4.3
Installed Add-ons: Carousel, ContentWellPortlets, PloneFormGen, collective.embedly, quintagroup.substyle, lots of themes to try out

Installing Plone

You can try a simple "cloud deployment" of Plone for free with a Heroku account:

https://www.herokucdn.com/deploy/button.png

If you're a tinkerer and would like to try downloading and installing Plone yourself, you can do so in a number of ways:

  • use our Windows buildout
  • use our universal installer (works on UNIX-based platforms, including Mac OS, Linux, BSD)
  • use our VirtualBox/Vagrant virtual machine (works on any machine supporting VirtualBox and Vagrant, including Windows and MacOS)

To find these, please visit our official installation page [plone.org].