There are the pretty Good numbers of CMS available. It’s their user-friendly nature and our requirement is what it makes important. Let us have a look at 10 different CMS we can try as for our website.
Undoubtedly the most commonly used and favorite CMS for all Web Admins. WordPress is a free PHP based CMS, which has thousands of templates for various Niches, which makes it unique from all other ones.
Yet another PHP based free Content Management System. Some Tycoons like MTV, Harvard University, City Bank, etc are using Joomla, following its user-friendly back-end for a corporate. Though there are enough templates available for Joomla, the quality cannot be matched with WordPress.
One more feather for the PHP family. Drupal has an active community, who builds and patches updates here and then. Big Giant SONY Music is using Drupal CMS, which itself saying its acceptability. Theme development is very complicated and that’s the only reason small companies and bloggers are trying to avoid Drupal for the near term.
Magento is mainly tuned for E-commerce business. It has some unique features and capabilities, with some pre-made themes. Magento supports customizing code from the user’s end. Since its mainly made for E-commerce, it has almost all the major functionalities, which an online shop should have. It’s quite easy even for a noob to make an online store in some hours.
This is another open-source content management system for those geeks who are into coding and are looking for flexibility, but not willing to start from the very beginning. Concrete5 allows users to select templates and then edit it as per their requirement using WYSIWYG editor.
MODX is a developer-oriented Content management system. A unique feature of MODX is that it will recognize different programming languages. MODX doesn’t have a site wizard just like WordPress or Joomla, Instead, everything needed to be managed by coding itself. That’s the reason why MODX can be called as a true CMS rather than a pre-built one.
There is a high probability that you are hearing this name for the first time. Sitefinity is one of the most widely used CMS for digital marketing sites. Installation and setup are very user-friendly, with drag and drop items, widgets, etc. It is mainly built for e-commerce sites. The drawback of Sitefinity is a minimal number of templates and qualified developers.
MURA is built mainly for programmers, designers, Government organizations, etc. MURA is CFML-based( Cold Fusion Mark-Up Language) and has limited templates and plugins, which is a drawback and one of the main reason, why people are not opting for MURA so much.
Another distinct name in CMS. Evoq content balances its functionality and ease of use. This is a great tool for marketing campaigns. One of the biggest disadvantages of Evoq is that it lacks tutorials and training videos for module development, which makes it stand behind other CMS’s.
Last but not least, Composr is an open-source CMS that has some good features and is also open for coding. Composr code is too easy for download and installation. It has a good tutorial even for newbies.