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1.1 Getting Started

iPlasmaCMS2 is a proprietary website content management system suited for website administrators from beginners to advanced users and is developed with modern web technologies.

iPlasmaCMS2 makes it easy to manage your website

The modular system allows for management of any type of website, web-based application, or intranet. Its scalability allows for the deployment of a single, basic website to highly complex networks of interconnected websites.

iPlasmaCMS2 is the perfect solution for any type of organization, from businesses and non-profit organizations to government and educational institutions. 

In the following tutorials, you will learn how to use the CMS to the fullest extent.


  • The WYSIWYG text editor is used throughout the entirety of the CMS. It is used primarily for page content, though it is used for some module content as well. 
  • The Toolbar is the tool for navigating the entire CMS and gives access to all of the different ways to change a site. 
  • The Dashboard is the command center of the CMS, allowing access to many different types of information about your site including site traffic and CMS announcements.
  • Settings can change several different places in the site, though it does not affect the content or the look of your site.
  • My Site not only affects the content, but the users and traffic as well. 
  • The Modules, popular components of the CMS, add features to sites such as Calendars, Blogs, or News.

Logging In

To access your CMS, type your domain into the URL bar adding "/cms" or "/admin" to the end as shown below.


When you get there, you will arrive on the login screen. put your username in the box as shown below.


Then enter your password as shown below and click login.


Forgot your password? No problem. Click on the link shown below.

Forgot Password

You will be brought to the screen shown below. Fill in the email address you have the account registered under, and a new password will be sent to you. If you want to change your password once you've logged in, follow the instructions located on this page.



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