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    Which CMS is better in woking?

    I want suggestions that being a beginner from which CMS should I start web development. I have searched about this and mostly people prefer wordpress on the basis of user friendly platform but i want suggestions that which CMS platform is good in functionality. Thank you

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    Hi Ella,
    I would recommend sticking with Joomla, Wordpress etc. Which one? It comes down to self preference and people could argue about which is better until the cows come home.
    My personal preference is Wordpress as your right, it is a user friendly platform but also carries a greater selection of plugins and themes than any of the others.
    Once you find a great theme it carries so much functionality and features that you will merely have to customise the design for each client and the rest is already in place!

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    Which CMS is better in woking?

    Quote Originally Posted by Studio87 View Post
    Hi Ella,
    I would recommend sticking with Joomla, Wordpress etc. Which one? It comes down to self preference and people could argue about which is better until the cows come home.
    My personal preference is Wordpress as your right, it is a user friendly platform but also carries a greater selection of plugins and themes than any of the others.
    Once you find a great theme it carries so much functionality and features that you will merely have to customise the design for each client and the rest is already in place!

    Thanks Studio87 for your kind suggestion. I have decided that I should take start from wordpress like all other beginners in website development

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    Yes, I agree with you, WordPress is the best and the most easy-using CMS, It's the most suitable for the beginners.

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    WordPress is the best and the most easy-using CMS, It's the most suitable for the beginners.

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    If you are just a beginner than better go with word press it's the easiest one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ella Jones View Post
    I want suggestions that being a beginner from which CMS should I start web development.
    If you mean you really want to start web development, you really should start by learning to code, at least a little bit. Start with HTML and CSS, and move on from there. If you're going to be using Wordpress, take it apart and see how it works, break it and fix it a few different ways - then you'll learn something.

    If by "web development" you mean building sites for people on a pre-made platform with purchased templates and a minimum of customization - that's not web development. There's nothing wrong with that, per se, unless you try to pass it off as original work, but it's still not web development.
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    OP you may want to consider, that has already been suggested, to learn some HTML and CSS even if you are going to do Wordpress. Somewhere in the mix of things if you're building WP sites for clients you'll have to know some HTML and CSS to customize a site.

    For instance, if you want to verify a site with Google you have to put the verification code in the html codes on the site. On some themes to move text and or logos around on the header you have to do that with CSS. Sometimes changing colors you have to do that in the codes.

    Wordpress is not always an easy simple fix for a website and not as simple as 1-2-3 until you learned how to structure a theme.
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    Well if you are a beginner than it's better to go with custom development rather than using any CMS.

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