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I'm looking for CMS (or similar) to declare editable areas directly from template code, e.g. for quickly turning prototypes into editable websites.

I have something in mind like this:

<DOCTYPE html>
<html>
  <cms:editable type="richtext"><!-- generates a p tag with editable user content -->
  <cms:editable type="image"><!-- generates an img tag with editable user content -->
</html>

Of course, it would be great if it would integrate with other frameworks like Express/Jade in Node.js.

MgnlKickstart is the only close solution I've seen so far, but it's more of a shortcut to generate Magnolia components rather than a permanent solution, and I would like to maintain it directly in the form of a template to avoid as much configuration as I can.

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    Self-hosted (if yes, which server/technologies?) or hosted? Does license/price matter? – unor Nov 15 '14 at 15:24
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    I think self-hosted would be better, but not with a specific technology; I'm just looking out what options there are. A licence should be affordable, i.e. not several thousands of dollars like for some enterprise systems. But it doesn't need to be free. – Cedric Reichenbach Nov 15 '14 at 16:54

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