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Do you use a CMS?

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  1. mark6789

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    Hi
    I use word-press as well as drupal
    Wordpress is most used CMS I think
    Recently they relased a plug-in with which we can convert word-press blog to an article directory
    Thanks
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    No doubt Joomla is great software/ Application
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    Dose any one have Idea about mobile CMS :)

    Yes ;) it is on his way...:tongue:
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    I am pretty sure most systems are accessible with a mobile browser already.
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    I would only use a CMS if the customer needs or wants to update the site themselves. You'll probably find that more and more customers expect this as standard nowadays, but it's certainly not a requirement.
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    That's true, but also some people prefer the ease of updating their site using a CMS instead of building their site from scratch.
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    Never heard of CMS..
    Until I started reading this.. Gosh...still trying to get used to all this other names he-heee, now CMS
    If there is more info about it pls share..Thanks in advance..
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    My company uses Joomla and Wordpress mostly as these have the most demand from clients.
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    CMS stands for content management system.
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    No there mobile CMS is different application we can t distinguish to this WEB CMS and MOBI CMS..
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    How many CMS do you think there are out there? If you ask me… I have no idea, but obvioulsy, thousands! Bob Doyle says there are “nearly 1800 listed in the major directories”. This was back in 2005.

    Every once in a while a web developer contact me asking me to contribute to a new CMS or review a brand new one. It has never been so difficult to select one especially when there are so many excellent CMS on the web to choose from.
    If you don’t know which one to choose, OpenSourceCMS lists and rates some of the most popular Open Source CMS software. This would be a good place to start. You can try online demos here.
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    what is the function? why it is use? can you tell me his properties.
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    i use a CMS it is Joomla because it is easy to access as well as you can change as per your requirements when ever needed
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    Yes I am using CMS, a major advantage of using a CMS is that it requires almost no technical skill or knowledge to manage. Since the CMS manages all your content, you don't have to. . Content can be sImple text, photos, musIc, vIdeo, documents, or just about anythIng you can thInk of.
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    Yes I have used the Joomla CMS for last few years and it is really working well for me as it has nice features and the tools for the use. Also Joomla includes features such as page caching, RSS feeds, printable versions of pages, news flashes, blogs, polls, search, and support for language internationalization.
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    Wordpress excels ahead of all other stupid CMSes. Its simple, slick and the best for SEO!
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    What do u all think about Joomla vs WP?

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