I would however exercise caution with a CMS called SimpleCMS, something that I am not going to go into great detail about but my experience of getting support for it was not what I expected.
In short, I found delving in to the database a superuser account and the login listener I put in place showed that their was attempted logins to the CMS by IP address ranges that corresponded to various moderators of the CMS support site.
It was very strange that a perfectly working install suddenly developed a problem that didn't appear in a secondary install in a different part of the website. The lack of support for the fault and the suggestion by several members (moderators) that I pay for support in to the problem only set off alarm bells.
I also found that SimpleCMS was written using another CMS tool called smarty CMS.