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Best CMS?

Warren asked 1 year ago
What is the best overall CMS? Lots of options are available with seemingly new platforms available weekly.
13 Answers
alexpratt answered 1 year ago
I used to be a Joomla man buit lately I have been prefering Drupal a lot more – Its a lot more user friendly and so far has been great for SEO

robyroy answered 1 year ago
Best CMS is the CMS that you know better. I vote for other/custom, because i use one customised CMS (by me <span title=” title=”” class=”bbcode_smiley” />)

Warren answered 1 year ago
@robyroy 211282 wrote:

Best CMS is the CMS that you know better. I vote for other/custom, because i use one customised CMS (by me <span title=” title=”” class=”bbcode_smiley” />)

Did you customise the CMS from an open-source platform or build it from scratch? What do you feel are the advantages from having a CMS built from scratch?

Simoneaton answered 1 year ago
Joomla offers a lot more flexibility than word press and it free to use as it uses open source.

Never used Drupal so I would be interested how easy this is.

Nobluff answered 1 year ago
I moved away from Joomla to WP, but think both have their pro’s and cons. I feel that WP does a better job with the SEO and marketing plugins, and developers for WP are a lot easier to find.

splinterfree answered 1 year ago
WordPress is evolving from blogging software to a full blown CMS. The great thing is that google loves (more than their own blogging software) and and its generally very easy to use.

We also have a site running on drupal, which is a great system, but has a steep learning curve. Tehre is always a problem finding someone to make changes to the website, so it has been a bad choice for us. If you got a geek programmer, then go for drupal, otherwise its not worth it <span title=” title=”” class=”bbcode_smiley” />

Joomla is also a good CMS, but WordPress is quickly catching up and imho its the best solution for making smaller sites under 50 pages.

robyroy answered 1 year ago
Warren;211290 wrote:
Did you customise the CMS from an open-source platform or build it from scratch? What do you feel are the advantages from having a CMS built from scratch?

Hi Warren.
I dont build it from scratch. i customise one CMS , is more practic like this.

allfreechips answered 1 year ago
custom.. no other way to go

Simoneaton answered 1 year ago
allfreechips;211611 wrote:
custom.. no other way to go

Custom is the best way if you can afford it or are a skilled coder.

maxo answered 1 year ago
For me it’s a custom system under TYPO3 Framework