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April 23rd, 2010 at 5:43 pm

The Best Three CMS today

CMS,Joomla,Wordpress,Drupal, Best CMS, WCMS

The use of software WCMS  (Web content management systems), have made it easier for many Web designers and developers make changes quickly in their websites. However, the real advantage of using any software WCMS is that it provides a way for users with little knowledge of languages or markup languages to create and manage content with relative ease of programming. Unlike the site builders, a WCMS allows non-technical users make changes to a website with a little training. A WCMS typically requires a cryptographer configure and add new features, but is primarily a website maintenance tool for non-technical administrators.

In the past, WCMS before were introduced as commercial software products in the mid-90s. However, in mid-2000, the market for web content management has grown as a vast collection of new suppliers has emerged to integrate traditional suppliers. Some of these were creating WCMS open source software. So what is the Top-Three CMS that very populars today, Based on reference which i ever read, the Top three CMS are:

  1. Joomla!
  2. Drupal
  3. WordPress

Ok lets check them one by one,

Joomla!

Joomla! today is considered one of the best WCMS used in the market. Joomla! won the Packt Publishing open source content management system award in 2006 and 2007. From October 2009, the 2009 open source CMS market share Report concluded that Joomla! is the web’s most popular open source content management system.

According to the most Web design Philippines enthusiasts and specialists, the conclusion was largely based on a comprehensive analysis of the rate of adoption and brand strength which has been supported by a survey of users, particularly those with little experience in Web design and development skills.

Brief history of Joomla!

Before it was known as Joomla!, was popularly known in the market as Mambo. Joomla! born as the result of the fork from Mambo development team, on August 17, 2005. At that time, the name of Mambo has been registered by Miro International Pvt Ltd, who formed a non-profit foundation, the stated objective of financing the project and protect you from lawsuits. On 1 September 2005, the new name, “Joomla!”, was announced, which is the English spelling of Arabic word jumla meaning “all together” or “as a whole”.

Popular Features

one of the most popular features of Joomla! is that the package consists of many different parts, which allow modular extensions and additions to be made easily. An example of these are extensions calls “plugins”. Plugin work the same way as a plugin in Mozilla Firefox, extends the functionality of Joomla!, introducing other features not included in the package. A famous example is the use of JoomSEF.

JoomSEF is a popular plugin for Joomla! primarily used for SEO purposes. Consultants SEO Philippines, JoomSEF extends Joomla! ‘ ‘s functionality by adding functionality made entirely to use SEO, how to provide a comprehensive range of editable Meta tag for any URL into Joomla!, helps in managing 301 redirects, provides the URL completely customizable, as well as the modularity that supports third party modules.

Criticism of Joomla!

The main criticism of Joomla! is that every website requires a separate Joomla! installation. Another is that although Joomla! supports right-to-left languages, two-way models are non-existent, other than those shipped with the Joomla! install. Third-party developers universally model work in hardcoded LTR or RTL, despite bi-directional support complete with Joomla. Another is that components, modules or plugins that link for Joomla! are considered derivative works to link with the direction of the project and so are required to conform to the GPLv2 license also to qualify for the official Joomla! web page extensions, which caused controversy among some vendors of plugins.

Drupal

The Another very popular WCMS software used today is Drupal. Similar to Joomla!, Drupal is also known as a free and open source content management system. In addition, the software is written in PHP and distributed under the GNU General Public License. Since April 2009, over 70 well-known brands and NPO use Drupal. Drupal has also won several Packt open source CMS award and three times in a row) won the Webware 100.

Popular Functions similar to Joomla!, Drupal is also known for its characteristics that can be optionally extended from the contributions of third parties. Drupal core is designed to be modular with a system of hooks and callbacks, which are accessible via an API internally. This design allows contributed to third parties (often abbreviated to “contrib”) modules and themes to extend or override default behaviors of Drupal without modifying the core Drupal code.

Modular system of Drupal is set to isolate Drupal core files from the form contributed and themes. This increases the flexibility and security of Drupal that allows administrators to Drupal ceases to update to new versions of Drupal core without the risk of overwriting your customizations of their site. However, to maintain this separation, Drupal administrators are educated to avoid altering software of Drupal core.

Critique performance test of a fact in 2006 between Joomla! and Drupal, showed that Drupal Web pages have been delivered 44% slower than with Joomla. To improve its performance, Drupal offers caching to store static pages, which resulted in an improvement in 508%.

Another criticism on Drupal is with the learning curve. Many users have reported that Drupal has a rather steep learning curve. Some aspects of Drupal administration interface can be confusing and Drupal intimidating, especially for new administrators. According to the program of interaction design and information architecture at the University of Baltimore, lacks an administrative user interface intuitive, easy.

WordPress

WordPress quickly became a popular for its use of basic content. Powered by PHP and MySQL back-end data, WordPress have set a record by using the website 62.8 million in the USA and 202 million websites worldwide in September 2009. In 2007, WordPress has won a Packt open source CMS Award.

Short story of wordpress

WordPress appeared first in 2003 as a joint effort between Matt Mullenweg and Mike little to create a fork of b2. According to the different Web design Philippines fans, the name of WordPress was suggested by Christine Selleck, a friend of Mullenweg. From October 2009, the 2009 open source CMS market share Report concluded that WordPress enjoys the greatest strength of any brand of content management systems, open source. And in 2009, WordPress has won the best open source CMS Award.

Features WordPress is known for his simple templating system, which includes a widget that can be modified without changing the PHP or HTML code, as well as the themes that can be installed and switch between.

The PHP code and HTML in themes can be changed for more advanced customizations.

WordPress also built-in link management; a search engine-friendly and clean permalinks structure; the possibility of assigning nested, more categories of articles; multiple author capacity; and support for encoding of posts and articles.

so after read this article, i hope you will have a decision to choose the most suitable CMS for your Website 😀

Tags: CMS, Drupal, Joomla, website, Wordpress
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