What CMS do you suggest?

Discussion in 'Graphics & Webdesign' started by jtwhite, Aug 26, 2009.

  1. suphwed55

    suphwed55 New Member

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    These are awesome!!
    I will definitely be linking to this and building out from some of your ideas!
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  2. binil

    binil New Member

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    Use Wordpress as CMS. Its one of the easiest to use and upgrading/maintaining it is very simple. If you want an integrated forum to go with wordpress, use simple:press.

    http://wordpress.org/
    http://simple-press.com/

    You could try out bbpress from the makers of wordpress - but its very limited in features and doesn't provide the same level of integration as simple:press.
     
  3. briker458

    briker458 New Member

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    Joomla 1.5 is the best
     
  4. tekkie77

    tekkie77 New Member

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    I use Joomla!, It's great! One con: It is kind of hard to start, but when you get the hang of it, It is so easy!:biggrin:8)
     
  5. priyaa161

    priyaa161 New Member

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    Joomla or Drupal. VB4 had also presented a great CMS.
     
  6. fatsoen

    fatsoen New Member

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    i voted joomla..
     
  7. v4xde

    v4xde New Member

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    Hi all,
    What ever CMS you use, you need to feel confortable using it, and it must be easy for your eyes.
    V
     
  8. lenkbreak

    lenkbreak New Member

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    I Like joomla very much. It's so complete and many extensions to support it.
    Wordpress is easier than Joomla (for me).
     
  9. carl6969

    carl6969 Community Support Team Community Support

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    I use Joomla for websites. Wordpress for blogs. Both have a lot of good features and extensions.
     
  10. infopage

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    You got to go with WorPress...the plugins available are endless, etremely useful, and easy to use..

    ..also the theme designs are easy to install, just take a look at one of my WP sites:wink:
     
  11. fraxx

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    Drupal is future.
    I like Joomla but simply and with no doubt Drupal is more powerfull.
     
  12. DennisXHopper

    DennisXHopper New Member

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  13. infopage

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    How is Drupal or joomla better than Wordpress:confused:
     
  14. lmx50000

    lmx50000 New Member

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    I just suggest Joomla.
     
  15. oraya68

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    I actually think Joomla is quite restricting especially in Permissions, PostNuke is so much more flexible. Also creating templates for a PostNuke site is very quick and simple, even to someone with a limited CSS and HTML knowledge could do it. It's just such a shame that as of 2009 they ceased to support it..

    Kind regards.
    Oraya
     
  16. a6smile

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    i use website baker for almost 3 years. it's nice CMS, simple, easy to modify, and the most imfortant it is the most secure CMS that had i try instead i try joomla or wordpress before.
    :redface:
     
  17. twistedklown

    twistedklown New Member

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    SMF and it's portal Tinyportal are great, and easy to use and customize. Although I have moved on to Joomla with the phpbb3 bridge. Joomla is a little more complex compared to SMF/Tinyportal, but seems to have a bigger and better support and theme selection. lernvid has some amazing themes for joomla.
     
  18. DeadBattery

    DeadBattery Community Support Team Community Support

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    Drupal is the best CMS if you know how to use it the right way
     
  19. contact85

    contact85 New Member

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    i suggest wordpress or a joomla,

    wordpress = easy
    joomla = cool

    :tongue:
     

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