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Joomla is better or Wordpress? which has more demand?

  1. PMS9 profile image75
    PMS9posted 5 years ago

    Joomla is better or Wordpress? which has more demand?

    To make a carrier in content management system which is better to choose?

  2. spsingh profile image58
    spsinghposted 5 years ago

    In 2012 ,both CMS are great but if you want to manage users(uses can sign up -login ) then i would recommend joomla .
    The best thing is try to create a demo website in both cms and you will get answer of your question .

  3. Mohammed Katz profile image73
    Mohammed Katzposted 5 years ago

    I'd go with Joomla because it is easier to use and configure. Get used to the interface, how it works and later on with a bit of programming you can create your own custom CMS but I wouldn't recommend it for a first timer. If you are new at web development and have very little knowledge in Php/ASP/AJAX etc. Then I'd advise you to  begin with wordpress and see where it takes you. If you ever feel your needs are too versatile and want to spread your wings, you can always migrate your blog to Joomla, Drupal or your custom CMS.

  4. forlanda profile image79
    forlandaposted 5 years ago

    I've used both.  I started with Joomla, then after my web sites got defaced a couple of times, I tried Wordpress.  I haven't had a security incident since.

    It's true that Joomla is a CMS (content management system).  It is what makes joomla's underpinnings more complex, and thus more susceptible to code bugs, and consequently security vulnerabilities.

    Wordpress originated as a blogging platform, but it has evolved to something much more--blurring the difference between it and other web site framework like Joomla.  There are so many plugins for Wordpress that you pretty much can do most things you need it to do.

    Today I use Wordpress for my personal blog and my personal business web site.  It is easy to set up and maintain.  Updates to it and its plugins are as easy as clicking a link.

  5. Greekgeek profile image92
    Greekgeekposted 5 years ago

    It's a tough call. I have found Wordpress incredibly easy to use and customize, whereas a friend has had nightmares with Joomla, so I am surprised at the comment  saying Joomla is easier to use and configure. Both of us have been on the web since the mid-90s and designed MUSHes from the ground up, so we're not utter noobs.

    I gather this may be one of those things where it just depends on your tastes.

  6. FredBhai profile image41
    FredBhaiposted 5 years ago

    Without any doubts and with experience, I would say Wordpress is far far better than Joomla.

 
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