Discussion in 'General Webmaster Discussion' started by MrThomas, May 8, 2010.
Joomla? WP? or Drupal?
Yes I have used wordpress CMS as I think it is the best one for the use. As it is used primarily by bloggers but it can still be used as a general CMS - it is available for free from Wordpress.org. It feature contains as it is free, fast and easy to installation, 1000's high quality themes and plug-ins, good visual content editor.
I Like Joomla .In My point of view joomla cms is best to compare other cms for all the above applications. Also we have lot of extensions (components) in joomla extension regarding the above functionalities in 1.5 version. We can easily configure these functionalities in our site through these extesions.
I am loyal to joomla for the past years. It satisfy me a lot.
I Like Joomla .I Have Experiance Joomla CMS.In My point of view joomla cms is best to compare other cms for all the above applications.Joomla is magnificent Open Source Content Management System which provide the framework to develop effortless with various ready to us modules and website in short span of time. Also we have lot of extensions (components) in joomla extension regarding the above functionalities. We can easily configure these functionalities in our site through these extesions.
A CMS stands for Content Management System is the collection of procedures used to manage work flow in a collaborative environment. These procedures can be manual or computer-based. Joomla is a great CMS and i also like a Joomla.
I use WordPress for my CMS
os commerce is best, because this is open source code..
Most of my CMS programs are custom built. Never found an off-the-shelf one that fit my needs.
Joomla... I usually integrate it into every layout I use.
Yes I am used CMS. My favorite CMS is Drupal. Drupal is certainly the best CMS which permits the site administrator to systematize and display content, customize appearance and control routine tasks like registration of websites.
I use Mambo a fair bit but I heavily edited it to make it search engine friendly to allow the url to contain the title and to look static the built in SEF does not cut it, you can buy SEF beforehand for a amount but I managed to get the aforementioned affect on my own, as for the title of the page there are many hacks out there.
I use WordPress for most of my web projects for its simplicity, flexibility, number of plugins and its large community always eager to help you. I also use Drupal or Joomla if I need a more robust CMS.
I've heard a lot of positive reviews about Joomla. That it's easy to use and all. I guess,I really need to try it myself!
Yes Joomla is easy to use. I am pasting few tutorials you can check them. I hope it will be be helpful for you.
Joomla Tutorial - How to create a Joomla site manual
I love both Wordpress & Joomla. Thet both are just awesome.. I am currently using Wordpress. Its so simple to use.
It totaly depends on what functionality you want to have. If the website is mainly text-based with a few minor functions added on, then you would go with WordPress. If you are interested in multimedia or more complex functionality then Joomla is a better option. Thus when it comes to build up a complex and robust website full of features and functionality, you should go with Drupal.
I use wordpress for most my content sites. And VB and Xenforo for forums (am trying to slowly migrate to XF since it's better in my opinion)
How many forums do you own dojo?
i also use joomla and still it is my favorite software as CMS.
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