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What's a good free Content Management System?

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What's a good free Content Management System?

Post by Cornfed » July 3rd, 2014, 11:55 pm

Can anyone recommend a good free CMS? The site I might want would be reasonably simple, but I would want free and restricted areas, the possibility of searches and user updates and possibly a forum. Currently Joomla seems to be the best option.




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Post by Winston » July 4th, 2014, 2:25 am

Wordpress is a good free CMS. But it is not easy to learn and takes a while to get the grasp of it.

Note: You download the Wordpress CMS from Wordpress.org. Wordpress.com hosts blogs but is not the CMS that you can upload to your website.
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Post by Cornfed » July 4th, 2014, 4:22 am

Winston wrote:Wordpress is a good free CMS. But it is not easy to learn and takes a while to get the grasp of it.
Yes, it is between Wordpress and Joomla. Durpal is the other main one, but it is more for experienced developers and I lack the expertise to add much functionality and can't be bothered designing my own theme. I would have though Wordpress was more of an overgrown blogging platform and Joomla was better supported for most purposes, but I could well be wrong.

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