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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.


    Domain has somehow changed about 4 days ago

    I'm about at my threshold of patience and knowledge. I built out a site ( and it was fine. Week or so later, my site is down, and is now parked at this address and it should be
  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 I thought; I cannot seem to find it. I can only recently find this : 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.


    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, but it didn't seem like an easy process. It is a multilanguage site with many content types, and a totally custom theme.
  4. While Wikipedia is the broadest unified body of knowledge, WikiSuite is the most comprehensive and integrated Open Source enterprise solution.


  5. Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware, also known as Tiki (or TikiWiki), is a full-featured, web-based, multilingual, all-in-one Free/Libre Open Source Software solution. Tiki can be used to create all kinds of web apps, portals, knowledge bases, intranets, etc.


  6. 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: 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.