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Best CMS for PHP Website

Postby jack9632 on Tue Jun 11, 2013 6:51 am

I want to know what is the best CMS to use in a PHP develop website? You see i have a website design that is completely layed out... now i want to have a CMS for it... I was thinking of using JOOMLA as a CMS for it... but i dont know how to integrate it to my designed template... and the design of my site is not based on any JOOMLA or WORDPRESS template... i just want to use JOOMLA as my CMS but still retaining the design of my website without using any predesigned website...
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Re: Best CMS for PHP Website

Postby tedtiger on Tue Jun 11, 2013 1:24 pm

Take a look at Typo3
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Re: Best CMS for PHP Website

Postby fsbcomputers on Wed Jun 26, 2013 6:27 pm

Best one ever, it's even used by the white house is Drupal, give it a try
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Re: Best CMS for PHP Website

Postby zvika on Sun Oct 06, 2013 1:51 pm

Perhaps you like to review CMS based on Zend Framework 2, or develop one for your needs?
I know about GotCMS and Libra-CMS which seems well featured and documented.

There is also a 1-hour webinar on building CMS on top of ZF2 and client side technologies:

Good luck with your website!
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Re: Best CMS for PHP Website

Postby ashl8766 on Wed Oct 09, 2013 5:32 am

I actually evaluated about 30 PHP frameworks / CMS combination for a large project early last year. Ended up picking Pimcore - best of both worlds with Zend MVC framework and clean CMS that is 100% based on Zend MVC. My team and I have been using Pimcore (pimcore dot org) for over a year now. Its a CMS with lots of very powerful preview, asset management, content editing, targeting and tracking tools built in, but also light enough that it doesn't get in your way. Used it on both micro-site and big enterprise websites. I highly recommend it.

Pimcore is open-source. You can download Pimcore at pimcore dot org/download.
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Re: Best CMS for PHP Website

Postby aimy4926 on Wed Oct 30, 2013 10:24 am

There are dozens of great CMSs out there. I like Joomla the most
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Re: Best CMS for PHP Website

Postby mani773 on Thu Nov 28, 2013 3:17 am

Wordpress and Joomla, can't think of any others.
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Re: Best CMS for PHP Website

Postby fragile74 on Mon Feb 10, 2014 2:13 pm

Wordpress is by no means a CMS, just a overexploited blog system.
Drupal is relatively ok, but a hassle to update core and extensions.
Joomla or Contao are both fine for out-of-the-box CMS functionality for small to medium-sized websites with standard functionality.

TYPO3 is the most feature-rich, enterprise-ready Open Source CMS out there, I have been using it as a professional web developer since 2007
and love it for Typoscript and the speed that you can react to customer changing requirements during project or adding new ones.
It also has a great, big community with a special security team fixing security holes in extensions and core lightning-fast.

Btw. dont trust these "how many security holes has the CMS got in the last 10 years" statistics.
Smaller CMS or Drupal simply get better off sometimes there as they are not as complex and simply because the ppl dont look for security holes
in the professional way the TYPO3 ppl do ;).
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Re: Best CMS for PHP Website

Postby alex5820 on Tue Feb 11, 2014 12:57 pm

In my opinion typo3 is best.
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Re: Best CMS for PHP Website

Postby wojc8351 on Wed Feb 26, 2014 4:27 pm

I don't understand why people using so big content system, with webpages that dont need it. BEST CMS? I guess that one created by myself (even if its shi...)
However If I have customer I prefer to use wordpress, many people probably dont consider the wordpress as the cms however its simply, and very good tool for mangement content.
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