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Building powerful websites and applications that eliminate the usual problems of coding and other technical aspects is possible with an incredible system called ‘Content Management System (CMS). Today, the CMS has become an essential part of websites as it allows users to do things themselves without having any assistance from web designers as well as developers. Drupal, Joomla and WordPress are the three most popular CMS online. They are open source and built on PHP + MySQL. Interestingly, they are highly useful and significant in terms of features, capability, flexibility and ease of use, but they have their own pros and cons. Let’s have a look at the CMS leviathans and check out what they can do for you.
Drupal vs Joomla vs WordPress
Drupal, Joomla and WordPress—CMS applications—have become a buzz word as they are cheaper, easier, and faster, and let you manage content easily. These systems can make the creation of a website quick and easy as they can be effectively used by one who has a little knowledge about computers and technology.
Drupal is considered as the granddaddy of CMS systems. It is open-source and is based on PHP-MySQL. That is why it is greatly powerful and developer-friendly. Technically advanced, extremely flexible, user-friendly, strong SEO capabilities, enterprise-oriented, and stability are the pros of this CMS. Whitehouse.gov and Data.gov.uk are the example of feature rich, data-intensive websites developed with Drupal. It is best used for one size fits all.
Joomla is an open-source CMS software that run smoothly on most web servers. It lets you customize you’re the functionality of your website and appearance the way you want. It is great for social networking and ecommerce sites. It is free, extensible and not too technical to build powerful websites and apps. The CMS has empowered sites like Cloud.com and Linux.com.
WordPress is the world’s most popular CMS that started its journey as a blogging platform and has grown significantly over the years. Today, about 40% of sites use the CMS as it offers many advantages for the creation of a blog. The CMS is powered by big names such as New York Times, CNN, Forbes and Reuters. More than 68 million websites use WordPress. That is why the blogging software is a better alternative for blogs, corporate and small-medium size websties
Drupal: It is a full-fledged, enterprise grade CMS and can be effectively used for large projects where factors like stability, scalability and power are preferred over aesthetic elements of websites.
Joomla: This CMS allows you to build a site having a sound structural stability, content, and a better intuitive interface. Joomla is also a better alternative for established website with standard capabilities, such as a blog, static or dynamic front-end, and forum. Small to mid-tier e-commerce stores can make their website more powerful and interactive with Joomla.
WordPress: Being termed as ‘mini CMS’, it renders you a simple and easy blogging solution. Moreover, it can conveniently accommodate multiple authors.
When it comes to having the best CMS websites and applications, you need to have the services of a reputed and professional web development company that delivers custom web development solutions using all these 3 CMS.
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