Installing Plone

Everything you need to run Plone

Plone comes with everything you need to start building your site, whether a simple one with a dozen pages, a multi-departmental one with demanding information architecture, or an intranet requiring login and multiple permission levels.

Try Plone

Download Plone

Get Plone 5.2 (stable)

Get Plone 5.1 (old-stable)

Get Plone 4.3 (legacy)

Try Plone 6.0 rc 2 (future)

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The Plone community and the Plone Security Team will always support the two most current major releases.

System Requirements

Plone runs on a wide range of hardware, from RaspberryPi to Chromebooks, PCs and Macs, servers, and cloud deployments on Amazon EC2, Linode, Rackspace, and more.

Plone runs on most UNIX-based distributions (including Linux, BSD, Solaris, and other proprietary UNIX systems), on Windows and Mac OS.

See Plone's full hosting, operating system, and hardware requirements.

Get a Beautiful Looking Site with Plone Themes

Cleanblog ThemePlone 5's Diazo theming engine makes it easy for designers to create new themes for Plone and adapt existing ones to Plone. 

Plone 5 themes can be as easy to install as uploading a ZIP file!

Here are five lovely mobile-ready themes for Plone 5, all installable via ZIP file:

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Plone Distributions

These systems use Plone at their core but extend it with features specific to their domain:

  • Senaite and Bika LIMS, the open-source laboratory information management system that combines web content management and workflow processing for a one-stop ISO 17025 ready web-based LIMS
  • Quaive, the design-first, social intranet solution (community edition on GitHub)
  • CastleCMS (and on GitHub), the enhanced security CMS that includes a wide range of features for creating, organizing, and managing large scale sites