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  1. WordPress is web software you can use to create a beautiful website or blog. We like to say that WordPress is both free and priceless at the same time.

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    Domain has somehow changed about 4 days ago

    I'm about at my threshold of patience and knowledge. I built out a site (wordpress.org) and it was fine. Week or so later, my site is down, and is now parked at this address https://wordpress-464852-2992067.cloudwaysapps.com/ and it should be elevationgraphicsusa.com.
  2. Joomla! is the mobile-ready and user-friendly way to build your website. Choose from thousands of features and designs. Joomla! is free and open source.

    Joomla 3x - How to create a Custom Registration Form (Custom... about about 1 year ago

    What resources could someone who has achieved this, point me to. I once came across a development doc link on joomla.org I thought; I cannot seem to find it. I can only recently find this : https://docs.joomla.org/J3.x:Creating_a_Plugin_for_Joomla which is not how I remembered if it's done by plugin.
  3. Drupal - the leading open-source CMS for ambitious digital experiences that reach your audience across multiple channels. Because we all have different needs, Drupal allows you to create a unique space in a world of cookie-cutter solutions.

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    Is there and easy way of porting a site from d7 to d9? about 3 months ago

    I would be interested in some good migration tools, paid ones are also ok. I found a post about this on drupal.org, but it didn't seem like an easy process. It is a multilanguage site with many content types, and a totally custom theme.
  4. TYPO3.com - Infos, SLAs, Extended Support Versions and more

    Always try to focus on what you really Want to do, even if it... about almost 2 years ago

    But there was this TYPO3 CMS that I was actually always in contact with. Already at the very beginning when it was released I used it privately. In the first years of my second attempt as a freelancer, I used TYPO3 more and more, and got better and better at it.
  5. Accessible Open Source Content Management System

  6. A CMS built to do one thing and do it well: manage content

  7. The modern open source flat-file CMS

    Ask HN: What self-hosted CMS can import from WordPress? about 16 days ago

    I moved my personal blog to Grav a couple of years ago: https://pathar.tl/ https://getgrav.org/ There are plugins for WordPress to generate markdown files from your posts and then you can import that into Grav. I self-host this in Docker and find it much more pleasing to actually write things. Statamic is another similar markdown-based CMS that I've been eyeballing.