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Which CMS is best for Website?
Asked by Ydeveloper
Posted Jun 24 2012 11:31 PM
While search on the web, I found following CMS,
Which one is best from above.
Answered by camellefoster
Posted Jun 26 2012 06:02 AM
Hi there! All of these in your list is suited for a great CMS for a website. Most often, nowadays wordpress are always chosen. It is because it offers a lot of features that is very helpful. But, the choice always depend upon you. If you are the one who will be developing the site, better to choose the ones that you are most comfortable with. Try also to read this helpful thread for you to decide : http://www.techyv.co...ypes-comparison
Answered by richtestani
Posted Sep 21 2012 07:18 AM
I personally think Wordpress is the easiest of the bunch to get up and running.
If you are a seasoned web developer, WordPress is the fastest to get up and running, and with the amount of plugins and specialized themes available, you can probably get it to where you want in a very short amount of time (weeks instead of months).
WordPress used to be extremely blog-centric instead of a full featured CMS, but now with custom post types you can make it whatever you want. It's has a very pluggable interface so plugins are simply uploaded and turned on. And the community that builds them are in the thousands. WordPress also has huge community support. Anything you need can be answered by them.
The above here gives WordPress the edge for gettings websites up and running with ease and speed.
Drupal is a much harder to setup CMS. Recent versions have helped this but it's still a very different kind of CMS. The terminology is tricky to grasp, and immediate understanding is confusing for new users. Drupal is a very powerful CMS and I have only worked with it a little to build a basic site but enough to feel is this worth my time.
With any CMS, time and patience they can all do everything you want given your programming experience, but the initial setup to get something going I'd have to give it to WordPress.
With that said I am an avid TextPattern user. It's a nice mix of quick setup, usability and power all in a tiny 5MB package. I'll admit the TXP user community is small, but they are passionate. It's a solid stable CMS, with a small learning curve to learn but it really forces you to manage your content structure in a nice rigid manner which I personally like. TextPattern site.
Answered by Jim Jacques
Posted Dec 24 2012 03:05 AM
It's a difficult question to answer. Apples and oranges are both fruit, but it's hard to quantify one feature or another that makes either better. The same holds true for Joomla, Drupal and WordPress. It's easy for site creators to be passionate about one CMS or the other, but from the outside looking in, it really looks like an apple and oranges comparison.
In the past, I've helped build sites in all three CMSes and I have found good and not-so-good features in each one. To get a better idea of what's going on with these platforms should look on to your build web sites.
Answered by Softtrix
Posted Mar 07 2013 02:51 AM
Wordpress is a best CMS for a website . Its have so many feature and pluging. And website owner can easily handle backend and easily update on his/her website having few knowledge of this. Its very easy to handle according to other CMS.