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    Senior Member LeenkzMike's Avatar
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    1- The open source part, was in caps not as a shout, but as in contrast to Macs.

    2- I didn't say it couldn't be used as a CMS, obviously many people do it. In my opinion A weblog is a subset of CMS applications. In the case of WP there are so many addons that one can pretty much make it into a CMS.

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    Well, anyway - back on topic. I found Wordpress more mac like in the sense of both the usability and GUI. I've used Joomla before and I'm sure I'll use it again. It is most certainly more complex and maybe more advanced. I find the back-end a lot more confusing. I don't do a whole lot of e-commerce. If I did, I'd likely be more familiar with it. For all other applications, I much prefer WP and haven't found a situation yet that I haven't been able to solve with it.

    Whatever your most comfortable with. Creating themes for both is easy IME. What exactly is your issue?

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    The best variant is WordPress. It will meet all your needs. You will find a lot of plug-ins


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    I agree with many other posters - check into WordPress. It's much easier to use than Drupal or Joomla

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    If you are or can use Dreamweaver then get this extention;

    Dreamweaver Extension for Joomla
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    Drupal is the best CMS now and future.

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    If your needing something that is simple to set up and wont cause you to bang your head on a brick wall i suggest using something like CMSFromScratch, its simple and easy to use,

    However....I work with Joomla alot so that would be my preferred recommendation.

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    The problem is I already made a layout and I am having a lot of trouble with adapting it to work with CMS's like Joomla and Drupal.
    In Drupal, it is easier and more flexible to design custom themes.

    Instead of designing a theme from scratch or changing other themes, Drupal has many base/starter themes that help designers to design, adapt, customize a theme or port their existing HTML design ... without coding.

    My favorite Drupal's base/starter theme is AdaptiveTheme:

    http://drupal.org/project/adaptivetheme

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    I like WordPress. I think WordPress is best CMS .

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    Try Concrete5 if you are looking for simple as simple can be, its like a big lego set


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