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Old 6th September 2010, 06:55 AM   #11

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It depends on your project if you want to use for a little program then to for word press, orals go for any other joomla, drupal, any other good.

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Old 7th September 2010, 06:33 AM   #12

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There is a wide range of content management systems available in the market and over internet. Some of them are freely available and some of them are available at reasonable cost. To answer this question, we should go in some further details, like the features of content management system. A CMS should have some basic qualities which are as follows:

Ease of use, Web based publication, Format management, Revision control, easy communication between users, Indexing, Allow a large number of users, Searching, Easy data storage, Retrieval.

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Old 8th September 2010, 06:19 AM   #13

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There are three ways to for Content Management Software

Word Press is current with today's web standards and looks much cleaner and professional than some of its competitors.

Drupal is a free open source modular framework Drupal is used as a back end system for a variety of websites. With reliable Drupal hosting, you enjoy a constant online presence without interruption.

The Joomla software is one of the most flexible types of Content Management Systems, especially when it comes to customizing and adapting it to design and develop different types of specialty Joomla websites.

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Old 8th September 2010, 03:25 PM   #14
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Beginners should take advantage of Wordpress.

When you want to brand, and start doing heavy idenity changes move over to joolma or drupal or create a custom built platform ^_-

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Old 8th September 2010, 11:04 PM   #15
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Default Joomla for me, But loving the clean lines of Wordpress

Am inclined to switch to wordpress as I just love the clean simplicity of the sites.

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Old 13th September 2010, 09:31 AM   #16

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My CMS of choice is WordPress. That's what I use to build all my client's sites. About any type of site you can think of can be based on WordPress, even ecommerce sites.
With the new custom post type in WP 3.0, it's even more flexible.
Of course I'm a little biased, I haven't really any experience with other CMS such as Joomla or Expression Engine or Drupal.
If you have questions about WordPress, feel free to PM me.

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Old 20th October 2010, 06:54 PM   #17

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I have a friend who is in a private beta testing and he has a great software, he said it will be public beta in november, i just had time to write down the name before he came back. I think it's Enerwings, or something like that. I'm waiting to have news from that software. He said to me, it will include a CMS, but he doesn't know if it will be free.

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Old 11th December 2010, 11:32 AM   #18
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Hello there,

I started off using Joomla, while it has it's correct use case, it is not the most intuitive CMS for end users. Took me about 3 weeks or so before I was comfortable using it myself.

I have since then gone on a massive journey to find the CMS that I like best and have settled on Umbraco.

The bottom line however is that there is no one 'best' CMS, they all have a place and purpose. Below are the ones I have tried (amongst a few others)...and I see things like this;

Wordpress - Great for simple sites that just have a bit of content and the enduser is a novice
Joomla - Good for sites which need stock standard extensions. Not really very good idea for doing custom jobs.
Drupal - Its more of a framework and as such has a high learning curve, but with it comes power. Better for larger budget sites with more custom functionality.
Dotnetnuke - Simple user interface, the code is a bit of a mess and skinning difficult
Umbraco - Great for building up sites with custom functionality. Not real useful for cheap standard feature installs.

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Old 13th December 2010, 06:30 AM   #19

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Drupal is open source software and in these time the largest number of company use it for a wide range of purposes.Whether its create any type of website i.e.personal blogs, developing corporate CMS websites, managing social networking sites or streamlining enterprise resources etc.Drupal is find it everywhere.So i think this is the best software for content management system.

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Old 17th December 2010, 12:05 AM   #20

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Wordpress is classified as a Blog system and is suitable for beginners. For something with more power under the bonet try Joomla or DotNetNuke.

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