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Which CMS are you using

Discussion in 'Content Management' started by steadymarvin, Apr 12, 2006.

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Which CMS system do you like best

  1. Joomia

    49 vote(s)
    28.7%
  2. Xoops

    4 vote(s)
    2.3%
  3. Drupal

    33 vote(s)
    19.3%
  4. Other (please say which)

    85 vote(s)
    49.7%
  1. GreatQuality

    GreatQuality Peon

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    #121
    For my needs Joomla now is most flexible CMS. But used Wordpress for long time.
    SEMrush
     
    GreatQuality, Mar 28, 2010 IP
    SEMrush
  2. joshua_

    joshua_ Peon

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    #122
    I've used Joomla many times before. I find it to be a bit bloated and over designed. Wordpress is sleek, easy to administrate, easy to teach clients to administrate, and easy to customize. That, plus you don't need to be a server-side guru to be able to keep WP SEO friendly. Just my take.
     
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  3. jonnybravo

    jonnybravo Guest

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    #123
    I've been messing with modx for about 2 weeks now. I'm trying to port my entire, horribly coded html website over to modx. It seems pretty good. I messed with Joomla for a day or two, but I don't know very much when it comes to coding and CMS, so I can't say one is better than the other.
     
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  4. T-Moor

    T-Moor Peon

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    #124
    Currently using 2 CMS:
    NGCMS - Next Generation CMS
    DateLife Engine CMS
     
    T-Moor, Mar 31, 2010 IP
  5. SimpleStation

    SimpleStation Peon

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    #125
    I use Wordpress and MediaCore.
     
    SimpleStation, Apr 23, 2010 IP
  6. growclicks

    growclicks Peon

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    #126
    personally I LOVE website baker (websitebaker.com)... simple and easy to integrate with. Not overly complicated like joomla
     
    growclicks, Apr 23, 2010 IP
  7. AlcVitRes

    AlcVitRes Well-Known Member

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    #127
    DataLife Engine CMS, licensed UTF-8 edition, on own sites,
    after tried sPaiz-Nuke/D2C-Nuke, Mambo/Joomla, WordPress.
     
    AlcVitRes, Apr 24, 2010 IP
  8. Kaiser_Dealxa

    Kaiser_Dealxa Well-Known Member

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    #128
    i use wordpress, but i don't know that joomla is this popular :)
     
    Kaiser_Dealxa, Apr 24, 2010 IP
  9. stone88

    stone88 Peon

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    #129
    I like Joomla and i using it for my i-techz.com. In term of SEO Joomla versus Wordpress which is best?
     
    stone88, Apr 24, 2010 IP
  10. wondercorn

    wondercorn Peon

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    #130
    I'll go with wordpress. So far wordpress offer me a great customization and option.
     
    wondercorn, Apr 24, 2010 IP
  11. hmansfield

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    #131
    Wordpress and Wordpress MU. I can't imagine using anything else. I tried a few others, (downloaded them and played around with them for a while) but they either weren't enough, or they were just overly complicated..reinventing wheels that didn't need reinventing.

    I don't know why Joomla is so popular either.

    I can honestly say, no one has ever asked me if i could help them on their Joomla site or if I knew anything about it.
     
    hmansfield, Apr 24, 2010 IP
  12. TwoToofs

    TwoToofs Active Member

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    #132
    I've dropped silver stripe and went back to drupal. Much better now that I have a basic understanding of it. Wordpress is still great also.

    Do any cms handle images better than others? (Besides wp)
     
    TwoToofs, Apr 28, 2010 IP
  13. TwoToofs

    TwoToofs Active Member

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    I've dropped silver stripe and went back to drupal. Much better now that I have a basic understanding of it. Wordpress is still great also.

    Do any cms handle images better than others? (Besides wp)
     
    TwoToofs, Apr 28, 2010 IP
  14. Grit.

    Grit. Well-Known Member

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    #134
    I'm a big wordpress user at the moment, the other CMS's seem to have too much and seem a little bloated for my needs. If I need wordpress to perform any other actions, then I'll code myself some more plugins
     
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  15. Newviewit

    Newviewit Active Member

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    #135
    Easiest CMS for beginners is Wordpress and it comes with many free themes...
    Joomla for community driven sites
    Magento for Ecommerce

    ...if you plan on expanding in the future with new features then I would go with ModxCMS. I've tried them all and Modx is a fantastic CMS... just released version 1.0 and it's going to be taking off ... Ajax features, full control over page designs (no template restrictions), internal SEO built in....
     
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  16. geili001

    geili001 Peon

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    #136
    Drupal !Chosen it
     
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  17. eLhomer0

    eLhomer0 Greenhorn

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    #137
    Wordpress.
     
    eLhomer0, Aug 6, 2011 IP
  18. arsaltheman

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    #138
    Hey, I think the best and the most reliable CMS is DATALIFE ENGINE...
    Its look and feel is too good...
     
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  19. Radold

    Radold Greenhorn

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    #139
    Out of all of them, I find joomla to be the most professional one for my needs and it's not that complicated to use. They also have a wide range of available templates to choose from that look awesome.
     
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    zfvu Peon

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    #140
    I'd go with Joomla.
     
    zfvu, Aug 31, 2011 IP