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Best open source CMS

Discussion in 'Content Management' started by philately, Nov 4, 2005.

  1. Windows-Update-Advisor

    Windows-Update-Advisor Well-Known Member

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    #21

    well, i would rather prefer quality than quantity.... ;)
    SEMrush
     
    Windows-Update-Advisor, Dec 1, 2005 IP
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    I agree, but are there tons of mods available for Drupal?
     
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    Joomla is the best
     
    carowan, Dec 2, 2005 IP
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    #24
    Web1.in

    Thanks for the recommendation of Textpattern. I have been converting one of my older sites with it. Textpattern makes it very easy to modify templates. Their forum is very helpful with quick responses.
     
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    Nuke is a total disaster, I've been trying to break out of it for two years haha.
     
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    #26
    i don't think so...
     
    dynn, Dec 22, 2005 IP
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    #27
    Drupal has plenty of mods. There aren't so many in the basic install, to help maximize performance, but there are plenty for download and install at Drupal.org. It's also set up with pretty clean hooks in so developing mods is easier than on some, so far as I understand it.

    Drupal has weaknesses but I would not rate lack of modules as one of them. You can see the list at the official Drupal site.
     
    raycampbell, Dec 26, 2005 IP
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    #28
    Joomla has my vote.
     
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    dynn Notable Member

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    thanks ray....actually i'm still testing drupal...
     
    dynn, Dec 28, 2005 IP
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    #30
    I like mambo/joomala.
     
    saintdw, Dec 28, 2005 IP
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    #31
    Joomla, without question.

    I am a web designer, and I use Joomla for every single client now. Its possible to get it to look like anything you need, and the scope of add-ins is, well, breathtaking!
     
    Compass, Jan 2, 2006 IP
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    #32
    Alot of blog scripts can also be good CMS systems (WordPress, etc.) :)
     
    Skribblez, Jan 5, 2006 IP
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    #33
    Wordpress and Drupal make pretty good backend systems for a CMS, given that they both have excellent caching mechanisms, UI abstraction and a very good plugin architecture.
     
    Rjx, Jan 6, 2006 IP
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    I second it.
     
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    #35
    how about drupal? is it good ?
     
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    Mars-X12 Banned

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    #36
    have you tried Joomla?
     
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    I would like to try Drupal, Is it really good to do so?
     
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    #38
    railfrog is also a very nice web 2.0 ruby cms see railfrog.com
     
    nanexo, Aug 12, 2007 IP
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    in my opinion, the open sourse cms is joomla.

    the latest version of joomla is rc1 and i think it will better with stable version
     
    trichnosis, Aug 16, 2007 IP
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    Hello,

    I have been down this road a few months ago.

    I tried most as they are available via Fantastico.

    I was looking for an easy to use website builder. Something that was easy to seo, had a ton of plugins and themes and so on.

    Joomla and Drupal I found you need a degree to work out mind you I am experienced with web design and know my way around php but I like simplicity. Then I came across wordpress and wow I fell in love instantly.

    You can build pages in seconds there are plugins for SEO, widgets, themes, Google sitemaps, a word counter which is important and so on. I now have everything I need to build a site and each time I build a site I upload the complete folder.

    All of my sites in the near future I will be building them with wordpress. If you have Fantastico you can install Joomla, Drupal and a few others and compare.

    Hope this helps.

    Joe





    The best system I found
     
    josephfrancis, Aug 16, 2007 IP