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The Top 5 CMS Systems You Should Consider Using

Friday, February 24, 2017 11:32
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What Are The Top 5 CMSs You Should Consider Using? There are a  lot of CMS platforms springing up all over the internet, but which CMSs should you be considering as a web developer trying to meet your clients needs?

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The right (CMS) content management system will make your work easier as a developer by providing you with all the web design tools you need as well as an unlimited supply of resources.

However, not every CMS out there will help you achieve your clients goals for the development of the website. It is your duty to review the different CMSs that are available and pick the one that best meets yours and your clients’ needs.

This post looks at the top 5 content management systems that you should consider using. WordPress

This is probably the most widely used content management system in the world. People love it because it offers great web design tools that reduce the need for coding. It is ideal for beginners and experienced developers. What makes the CMS even more remarkable is the drag-and-drop feature.

WordPress started as a simple blogging system but has grown into one of the most powerful CMSs in the world today. It has an easy administration interface which is ideal for bloggers. The availability of innumerable plugins and extensions makes this a great choice for developers. WordPress is one of the most user-friendly CMSs you can get your hands on.

Drupal

When compared to WordPress, Drupal is more technical. Even so, it is one of the most functional open-source content management systems available today. The best thing about using this platform is that it allows you to edit content directly on the page and can be extended easily using modules. It is easy to develop themes using CSS. Needless to say, this is the least frustrating content management system you will find. On the flipside, when getting started, you may need expert help with web development.

Radiant CMS

This is a simple content management system that is powered by Ruby on Rails. Most developers go for this CMS because of its simple design and its method of content management which makes content editing very easy. The primary focus of Radiant CMS is to provide minimum functionality for the small development teams. It is the ideal platform for anyone who knows how to write Ruby on Rails. Customizing your system is much easier here.

Magento

Is your focus on ecommerce? If yes, this is one of the best content management systems you can use. This CMS is preferred because it offers remarkable features that go above and beyond normal ecommerce systems like virtue-cart. This will make a great choice if your interest is in online stores.

Silverstripe

This is a simple content management system that has a fast-growing community. It is easy to customize and change. Although it is a growing platform, it shows great potential of matching others systems like WordPress and Drupal. The user interface is great.

These are the top five content management systems you should consider using. They all have a great user interface and have garnered a great reputation across the globe. Needless to say, you need to pick the system that helps you achieve your development goals.

The post The Top 5 CMS Systems You Should Consider Using appeared first on Graphic Web Design & Brand Marketing Company Medford OR.

by Chris London of Pixel Productions Inc. The Everything Design Company



Source: https://www.pixelproductionsinc.com/top-5-cms-systems-consider-using/

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  • Laura Kohl

    Thanks for the comprehensive post!
    Frankly speaking, I never heard about some of the CMS systems mentioned here :) I prefer WordPress and used it to create a blog of mine. Here is a great source with quality WP themes https://www.templatemonster.com/wordpress-themes.php .

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