RPX integrated into mojoPortal’s open source CMS platform May 27, 2009 by Michael Olson CMS, integration, social login MojoPortal, a popular open source CMS, recently integrated RPX into its platform. This allows mojoPortal customers to easily configure RPX directly from their mojo admin console. Below is a screenshot of the integration within the mojoPortal admin menu: The mojoPortal CMS currently has over 4,000 users and is the third most popular download in the Microsoft Web Application Gallery, with 18,000 downloads in the past month. Even though mojoPortal had already integrated OpenID support into its platform and on the site a year ago, they decided to adopt RPX after observing its superb user experience and ease of deployment. Additionally, mojoPortal integrated RPX on its homepage to allow customers and new visitors to easily sign in to the site with an existing third party account: We’re excited to see content management systems like mojoPortal make it even easier for new sites to add third party authentication.