Please, can you help me what is the best CMS for 2010 and which CMS will be best for a news portal ?
wordpress is always best. Easy to customize and lot's of plugin with great support.
I would suggest going for Joomla, as it has the potential to provide much more in by means of 'add-ons' for a news site such as job listings, classifieds etc. WordPress is easier to install, maintain, and customize to get started with. All of this depends on where you are you wanting to go, eventually with your website. You can get up and running quickly with a pure news site by using WP while Joomla will be great if you are looking for long term development.
Wordpress and Joomla are the best ones out there. Wordpress is relatively easy but Joomla is more customizable.
If you are new to CMS then I will suggest wordpress.
In my honest Opinion, I would say Cybershade Inc.
It's free, OpenSource, Great Community, things always going on. It's fully OOP PHP. Easily customizable.
You can also create modules for it, themes for it. Etc. It's got full-time forum support. IRC support. Etc.
Just an all round great CMS.
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