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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.

Social recommendations and mentions

We have tracked the following product recommendations or mentions on Reddit and HackerNews. They can help you see what people think about Joomla and what they use it for.
  • Helping with the basics
    The forums found on joomla.org are great and there are tons of people there to help. - Source: Reddit / about 1 month ago

External sources with reviews and comparisons of Joomla

Best CMS Platforms in 2019 [WordPress vs Joomla vs Drupal vs Squarespace vs Wix vs Medium]
Joomla is one of the award-winning CMS platforms help you easily create websites and powerful online applications. The first version of Joomla was released in 2005 and got name and popularity within a very short period of time. After WordPress, Joomla is the biggest platform for others.
WordPress, Joomla and Drupal are NOT the Best CMS
Joomla websites, for some reason, also seem to have a high rate of hacking attempts against them. I don't blame this on Joomla specifically but I think it's more due to the fact that Joomla is popular and therefore, hackers focus on it and target websites using it specifically. This happens just as often with WordPress to be sure but I tend to hear more often from people who have attempted to use Joomla, been...
CMS comparison 2018: The 5 most popular open source systems
Joomla! is the development of the open source CMS Mambo. The system is particularly popular in the USA, and is characterized by a completely object-oriented software design based on a stand-alone MVC framework. This allows Joomla! users to write their own extensions and share these with the community, if they want to, using the Joomla! extensions directory, where extensions can easily be installed via the backend....
How to Choose the Best Blogging Platform in 2018 (Compared)
Hey Guys, I disagree with your summary of Joomla….I have been working with Joomla from the beginning, it is extremely flexible, there are many free extensions available and as long as you work with developers/extensions from the JED (Joomla Extension Directory) the support is normally pretty good. Of course, there are some developers that do not respond, but I have found the same with WP. The possibilities with...

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