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Thread: Problem.. Can't find out which CMS

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    Problem.. Can't find out which CMS

    Hey guys,

    I've some problem. I can't find out which CMS are running sites like :

    mobafire.com
    lolking.net
    solomid.net

    I thought about Wordpress, but I don't think it's a good choice.

    Could some1 help me?

    Thanks,

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    After looking at that code, I want to know what it is also.. so I can make sure I NEEEEVER use it...

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    Could not able to open website, Chose Joomla CMS for secure purpose. Joomla CMS is one of the best

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    LOLKing has a staging server, so they have an SVN in all likelihood. This usually means they're doing something beyond say "I slapped it up with W*rdPr*ss and away I go." It looks like they're doing something with PHP and either the Zend or Symfony framework, but they likely customized it to what they're doing. That means you're probably not going to find something you can use for your purposes.
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    Hi JohnWick,
    It depends on your expertise. Joomla and Drupal are good for your project. As WordPress is very basic and if you go with this you may have to sacrifice a lot of requirements.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ErickShawn View Post
    Hi JohnWick,
    It depends on your expertise. Joomla and Drupal are good for your project. As WordPress is very basic and if you go with this you may have to sacrifice a lot of requirements.
    Nonsense.

    This may have been true years ago, but is certainly no longer the case.

    WordPress is the most widely used CMS in the world. It is used by more sites that all other CMS software combined. And that means more developers working on it, and more support.

    In most cases, you extend the functionality of a CMS with plugins. THERE ARE OVER 40,000 PLUGINS AVAILABLE FOR WORDPRESS.

    In addition, its function extension API makes it easy for experienced PHP developers to add their own functionality.


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