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Craft CMS

Content management system built on Yii PHP Framework

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  • Different flavors of content management
    The most typical approach is having a CMS admin panel sit somewhere on the server; everyone with an account uses this. This is a very convenient approach, especially when working with a team. This way, many people can work on different articles simultaneously without worrying about potential conflicts or overwriting stuff. The only con is related to security - everyone can try to get inside, and if you forget to... - Source: / 10 months ago
  • Go with PHP
    PHP has a lot of top tier CMSes. IMHO bunch of them are even better than Statamic. Craft CMS ( is a lot more mature database based CMS. Kirby ( is better at flat-file and has a lot better admin interface. Twill ( is better integrated in Laravel and is fully open-source. Statamic mostly feels like it's sitting besides Laravel and they call themselves... - Source: Hacker News / about 1 year ago
  • Stack to build and deploy a fully functional personal blog?
    You're basically looking for any CMS that supports headless mode. E.g. Strapi (, NodeJS based), CraftCMS (, PHP based) or countless others. Source: about 1 year ago
  • A mate of mine built a cool little Tottenham Database showing the history of spurs.
    It's built on Craft CMS. Makes the relationships between elements (a match and a player, for example) super easy. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Creating a CMS with React, what should I look at?
    Is there a reason you aren’t using an existing CMS? There’s a lot that provide all the UI functionality you are talking about and then expose it via a API to be consumed in your front end. is one option I’ve had good success with. Source: over 1 year ago
  • best php-based cms/tech choice
    For all CMSs I think you will find advantages and disadvantages (there is also a german website collecting CMS, or you will even find CMS projects on Symfony CMS page but even unmaintained projects are listed there), I think it is good to be always open for all technologies and use the... Source: over 1 year ago
  • Becoming a Wordpress developer
    WAMP and XAMPP are great if you're looking to do projects outside of WordPress, and learn different web-based stuff. I've actually started working with Craft CMS to learn something new, even though I should just be learning a JS framework at this point, since there are so many places that want an Angular or React developer right now. Source: over 1 year ago
  • The world outside of WordPress
    It's big and overwhelming and sometimes scary. But you know what? It's also fun, engaging, and very refreshing. Because I'm a DevRel, I don't have many chances to focus on something particular. Still, I'm having a lot of fun exploring different CMSs (like Statamic, Craft, or Sanity), new approaches (at last, I understood why the headless approach is so important), and diving into tech I never used before (hello... - Source: / over 1 year ago
  • Learning curve for Joomla and Drupal
    I would recommend Grav or Kirby (if your site is less than 50 pages) or Craft if your site is larger than that. Craft is especially nice. I has an incredibly powerful developer experience and an incredibly refined editor experience. Those 2 don't often go together. Grav and Kirby are nice in that they give you all the nice features of a CMS, but don't require a database, so they're trivially easy to stand up... Source: over 1 year ago
  • Is Wordpress outdated? Is there any better alternative that is widely used and worked with?
    Craft CMS is everything I ever wanted wp to be. Source: over 1 year ago
  • I want to learn Frontend Development, but all the technologies and how they interact with each other are overwhelming and confusing. Where do I start?
    So, I looked for some alternatives and stumbled upon stuff like Statamic, Grav, or Craft. The features sound super cool and it looks just awesome! Just what I need. But then there's the thing called... installation. Via package managers. npm. Composer. Terminal commands. YIKES. In my imagination, I just install it on my webspace (web hosting provider, shared hosting), similar to e.g. WordPress, and configure it... Source: over 1 year ago
  • Wordpress, Joomla, or Drupal?
    Having built and admined sites in WP, Drupal, and Joomla, I heartily recommend: Craft. Source: almost 2 years ago
  • What’s your favorite CMS?
    Our recent projects have used Craft CMS and we're actively migrating legacy WP projects to Craft. In the 'traditional' PHP/MySQL space, compared to WordPress, Craft is a breath of fresh air. Source: almost 2 years ago
  • Hosted or PHP API with file upload recommendations?
    Craft is pretty great if you want to use php and you don't like the idea wordpress. Add the Guest Entries plugin and you can have users upload phots from a basic web form. Source: almost 2 years ago
  • Suggestions for a multilingual self-hosted CMS, capable of generating static website?
    Shameless self promotion, but take a look at Craft CMS. Its multi-lingual support is second to none, with flexible localization/multi-site functionality built in. It’s self-hosted and highly regarded as having one of the best content authoring experiences out there. Source: almost 2 years ago
  • What's a good stack to replace Wordpress for Blogging, Landing Page, Email Campaigns, Membership Content?
    I would check out Craft CMS for something like this. Can handle plenty of front-end building methods for templating and can be expanded really easily to handle Membership/Commerce things that are directly built into it. Handles both Static Pages & Blog/Entry type sections really well with built in routing capabilities to handle all of that. Source: almost 2 years ago
  • Creating a social media based tech org site
    Start a new git repo, pick a framework like Laravel, or Craft, which will give you conveniences like routing and templating out of the box, and then possibly copy over some of the relevant PHP code from the old project and convert to blade / twig templates. Source: almost 2 years ago
  • Client is asking 'how editable will the site be'. Do you freelance guys make websites 'editable'? How??
    So yeah, been eyeing up Craft (link), but I’ve yet to give it a proper try. Seems nice for bespoke sites. Source: almost 2 years ago
  • Old timer feeling overwhelmed
    As a drop in replacement for WP I'm a huge fan of Craft CMS. There is absolutely no 'theme' system -- you simply make a regular old HTML/CSS layout and then add the Craft specific markup, which is just twig anyway. This allows for any CSS or Javascript you want, where and when you want it. The guys behind it are forward thinking and the plugin system has actual standards. Winter CMS is similar. Craft gets bonus... Source: almost 2 years ago
  • Building a blog website with some landing pages. Laravel instead of WordPress?
    As u/frontendben said, you can use Statamic CMS, it is a decent solution, and there are a number of others like October CMS, Asgard CMS (a bit old, but quite solid), LavaLite, Pyro etc. Craft CMS (based on Yii) could also be a possibility. Here is a list of someone's opinions on 5 popular Laravel-based CMSs. Source: about 2 years ago
  • What is the best headless CMS which supports content blocks?
    Craft CMS is a great option. It can be run headless using GraphQL which is built in. Headless. Source: about 2 years ago

External sources with reviews and comparisons of Craft CMS

Top 10 Web Content Management Systems
If you are not satisfied with non of these options, I encourage you to check out Craft CMS. An open-source powered all-in-one CMS, with highly active community for your needs. Cloudzy’s Craft CMS hosting, is a go to solution for all web admins and content publishers who are willing to manage their website with Craft CMS.
34 Headless CMS That Should Be On Your Radar
Craft CMS features custom fields, drag-and-drop layout management, multi-site management, localization, asset management, live content previews, and a built-in image editor. Each user can also attain their own customizable dashboard.
9 Reasons I Think Craft is the Best CMS on the Market Today
Craft CMS is simple, minimalistic, agile and has every capability a modern CMS framework needs. Over the past ten years we have worked with every CMS you could think of (Wordpress, Drupal, Rails+ActiveAdmin, Ghost, Weebly, DjangoCMS, Jekyll, Joomla, Tumblr, Squarespace, Expression Engine, Statamic, Blogger)… here are the reasons why we’ve landed firmly with Craft as our №1 choice.

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