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From the experience of someone who has built a fair few websites with Grav, and maintains several plugins and themes for it, I'll try to answer points 1-7: Whilst the Admin-plugin contains just about every setting, you can change what is available for what user by creating groups with specific permissions. Editing a Page in Grav is a very similar experience ...


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CodeRed looks like it fits all requirements. But I have not used it myself up to now. Build with: Django Wagtail Bootstrap4 Draftail (WYSIWYG Editor)


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I Think you should look into, editor libraries like tinyMCE, which is basic general purpose and customisable. If you want something more powerful and customisable look into Gutenberg js.


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OctoberCMS for the win, if you think it's too much developper oriented, take a look at static page plugin, or content editor plugin which allow easy edit for clients. Every people that take time to understand it's concept never go back


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You can check below open-source CMS systems N2 CMS. Atomic CMS Orchard Project DotNetNuke Umbraco. The source: https://www.dailyrazor.com/blog/aspnet-hosting/best-aspnet-cms-for-aspnet-developers


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I think just yesterday I have recommended this opensource webapp for another question but it fits the bill perfectly for your usecase (that is if I have understood it correctly): DeckDeckGo This is an authoring tool and not only does it allow all the usual animation and stuff it has this very cool feature for polls which might be useful in a classroom ...


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