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Top 5 Open-Source CMS Platforms

WordPress Joomla Drupal WikiSuite Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware Grav
  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.
    Pricing:
    • Open Source
    Released in 2005, Joomla is another very popular CMS platform capable of creating any user-required website. Joomla, like WordPress and Drupal, is a cross-platform and open-source CMS tool, thereby allowing users to create great and efficient websites from any user’s desired operating system. Joomla is another very popular CMS platform powering 2.1% of websites around the globe. Though in comparison to WordPress the percentage is significantly low but with each day passing, the platform is gaining more attention and drastically increase in the customer base.

    #CMS #Blogging #Blogging Platform 766 social mentions

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    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.
    Pricing:
    • Open Source
    Joomla is a reliable and preferred platform for large-scale and complicated websites. Joomla is packed with unending features and functionalities. The platform offers multilingual support as it incorporates content management for over forty different languages. The extensive list of plugins and extensions allows users to configure different websites from complex enterprise management solutions to simple blogging websites. The diverse list of extensions is divided into plugins, components, modules, templates, and languages. Joomla is the best fit for people having some background in computer science, however, the platform also fully enables a programming novice or a layman even. In general, Joomla provides a modern interface with a variety of extensions along with ease of configuration, different themes, and styles, all integrated into a user-friendly platform.

    #CMS #Blogging #Blogging Platform 2 social mentions

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    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.
    Pricing:
    • Free
    Unlike WordPress, Drupal does not have an extensive library of plugins and extensions, however, the efficient and very friendly platform enables users to make just any website instantly. The platform works seamlessly for creating, handling, and managing data and content of large and extensive websites. The platform has a modular layout and therefore, the users will have to install various modular extensions to enable different and advanced features required in a system. Drupal is the choice of many people especially the ones dealing with and aiming at making a system capable to handle a lot of data. Drupal offers a simple user interface to add and manage website content. The compact core of the platform makes it a feasible platform to support almost any small to medium-sized website and some of the large websites.

    #CMS #Web Content Management #Blogging Platform 28 social mentions

  4. While Wikipedia is the broadest unified body of knowledge, WikiSuite is the most comprehensive and integrated Open Source enterprise solution.
    Pricing:
    • Open Source
    • Free

    #Enterprise Content Management #Enterprise Communication #Team Collaboration

  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.
    Pricing:
    • Open Source
    • Free

    #CMS #Blogging Platform #Website Builder

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    The modern open source flat-file CMS
    Pricing:
    • Open Source
    As fascinating as its logo, the Grav CMS platform is another modern, sleek, and interactive cross-platform compatible platform to design and create websites. Not as popular as others in the list, i.e., WordPress, Joomla, and Drupal, this CMS platform is yet a tough competitor of the existing CMS giants. The open-source CMS platform was launched in 2014 and since then the platform has managed to power 0.1% of total existing websites.

    #CMS #Website Builder #Blogging 47 social mentions

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