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Which CMS for massive content?

Discussion in 'Content Management' started by Ruriko, Apr 18, 2008.

  1. Suri.CMS

    Suri.CMS Peon

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    #21
    Thanks for the inputs.
    SEMrush
    Can you tell me which extension you have used for this integration of Joomla and PhpBB3 ?
     
    Suri.CMS, Apr 22, 2008 IP
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  2. magdalene2008

    magdalene2008 Peon

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    #22
    Hi. I used JFusion 1.0.6b

    http://www.jfusion.org

    I've got all of it running smoothly. At the moment doing some minor graphics stuff before it goes live. One thing I love about JFusion is that :

    1. User registration using Forum registration
    2. If I put in my avatar at Forum side, you can see your avatar at frontside.

    I've tried Community Builder too but failed, and I still dunno why it failed.
    http://www.joomlapolis.com

    Oh ya, I'm using Joomla 1.5 running in Legacy mode coz most of my extensions doesnt run on 1.5. Bummer.

     
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  3. Ruriko

    Ruriko Active Member

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    #23
    How can I shared host handle massive traffic powered by Joomla 1.5? :confused:
     
    Ruriko, Apr 22, 2008 IP
  4. Pixelrage

    Pixelrage Peon

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    #24
    it is HORRIBLY resource intensive. Anyone running a huge joomla site with no issues is probably either paying a fortune for hosting, or has a pretty incredible server box...
     
    Pixelrage, Apr 22, 2008 IP
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    mdrafi Well-Known Member

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    #25
    Joomla is one of the best CMS arround with huge resources. Drupal is also one among the best.

    For huge, massive content I would suggest Plone CMS from Visit plone.net :)
     
    mdrafi, Apr 22, 2008 IP
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    rosmatis Banned

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    #26
    Joomla is crap for a massive CMS, it takes up large amounts of resources and its slow. I would highly recommend to not use Joomla in your case. Also what type of CMS do you need? Maybe WordPress would suite your needs?
     
    rosmatis, Apr 24, 2008 IP
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    #27
    I second that opinion. Joomla is not for huge resource.
     
    nks, Apr 24, 2008 IP
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    #28
    Joomla is the best content management system for me. It's been my mainstay for years after experimenting with free and commercial offerings
     
    netGH, Apr 24, 2008 IP
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    #29
    Joomla is the best, easy to use and configure, thousands of mods and hundreds of themes to choose from...
     
    Faraibi, Apr 25, 2008 IP
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    nks Well-Known Member

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    #30
    Thousands of mods? Where do you get them from? I don't see thousands of them.
     
    nks, Apr 25, 2008 IP
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    #31
    I'm moving everything over to two installations. Multi Site Drupal and Multi User Wordpress (Mu Wordpress).

    MU Wordpress runs by far the biggest website out of any of these content systems wordpress.com.

    Wordpress.com.

    When you include all the wordpress.com subdomains and 15,000 + domains hosted on wordpress.com you have the fifth most visited site on the internet and 150 million uniques a month.

    Time, CNN, People Magazine and other big time media are now running their blogs on wordpress.com.

    MU Wordpress with some plugins is the backend to wordpress.com.

    http://www.quantcast.com/p-18-mFEk4J448M
     
    Hon Daddy Dad, Apr 26, 2008 IP
  12. parm

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    #32
    you can use joomla, its best for you and there are lot of plugins and designs avilable for it
     
    parm, Apr 27, 2008 IP
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    #33
    I got mine from here

    http://extensions.joomla.org/
     
    magdalene2008, Apr 27, 2008 IP
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    #34
    You forgot theonion . com which is run on drupal.

    I would either go with Wordpress or Drupal. I personally like Joomla and I have tried all three but with a massive site consider WP or Drupal...
     
    reapr, Apr 27, 2008 IP
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    #35
    You could use Wordpress combined with some caching plugins like WP-cache or WP-supercache....

    And maybe use a cloud computing hosting like www.mosso.com , www.mediatemple.com or www.joyent.com ....not just a shared hosting.
    Even if your site holds on having massive traffic (regardless what CMS you use) your host may not (especially shared hosting)...

    Those hosting companies designed their offer to deal with massive spikes in the traffic...
     
    mg1313, Apr 28, 2008 IP
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    #36
    Why don't you go with WORDPRESS ?? Its very easy to customize and a lot of plugins and themes are available. And also it will get indexed in search engines very soon than other CMS's.
     
    diehardtechie, May 6, 2008 IP
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    #37
    Had a look at typo3 yet? You can configure it to generate static html files for all pages so it'll be easier for the server.
     
    Pinoguin, May 6, 2008 IP
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    #38
    ^ best advice so far
     
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    #40
    Joomla is the best and you can have a lot of skins and addons to choose from. Subdreamer is also a very powerful cms but joomla is at number one.
     
    Faraibi, May 8, 2008 IP