Imagine an instance, one fine day you are surfing the web and you notice a bizarre situation- every second site is powered by a content management system. Then suddenly something strikes you, and you have another revelation to face- your site isn’t using any CMS at all! Oh! Sadly, you are out of the league. Content management systems are becoming the heart throb of most websites surviving online. So what are you waiting for? Join the party! But, wait! How will you find which CMS suits your requisites in the best possible manner?
by thaivalentine6 years ago
CMS is a great tool and I would love to hear feedback from people on preferences for Wordpress, Drupal or Joomla. Thanks in advance:)
by Anthony Goodley7 years ago
Title should have read: PHP programmers - How to Integrate multiple user registration systems?I would like to integrate Wordpress and phpBB user registration / login systems and maybe my own custom stuff. Is there an...
by Csanad4 years ago
I read that with Drupal you can do absolutely everything, but Wordpress is easier to learn and for administration of your blog. So which is better on the long term, Drupal or Wordpress?
by girly_girl098 years ago
I have finally created a blogspot/blogger blog (or a network of them, actually). The thing is - how do I get started? LOL Let me explain...I have SO much stuff to post, but does anyone have any tips/tricks and better...
by byinternet6 years ago
Please, can you help me what is the best CMS for 2010 and which CMS will be best for a news portal ?
by blerim9 years ago
I have been using CMS Made Simple which isn't too bad, but it is a bit cumbersome and my clients have complained about the image uploading component.Does anyone know of a really basic CMS or do you have to write your...
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