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    Member jwind's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by michelledancer, post: 200948
    I assumed he meant the backend, but if not then.....I repeat the above, for emphasis
    I never thought of that. In which case pick your poison. Although, personally, I think WP has the easiest back-end to wrap you head around when you are new to this. Read: client updating...

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    Hello! I work with different CMS: Mambo, Joomla, WordPress, Drupal. Also I work with PrestaShop, OpenCart, Zen Cart, osCommerce software. I can say that the most popular is Joomla, you will get a lot of eCommerce extensions for your website. WordPress is the best CMS for blog creation. Other software also popular, but not so.


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    Drupal's the most exhaustive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Radebe, post: 202769
    Drupal's the most exhaustive.
    Not a chance. Joomla is by the the most complicated and feature rich. TOO much so if you ask me.

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    Use wordpress if you are building a purely information site or blog.

    If you want user to user interaction, look at Drupal.

    If you want ecommerce, then Magento is probably the best.

    If you want something in between then Drupal or Joomla whichever you prefer.


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