Best CMS for PHP Website

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Re: Best CMS for PHP Website

Postby zvika on Wed Feb 26, 2014 10:37 pm

Hi Wojc

Fragile has a point, Wordpress is designed and featured as a blog system, or content management in the shape of blog.
The title here is a bit problematic - best CMS for PHP website...
If you have a CMS up and running, why should you care if it is using PHP or any other language on the server side?
You worry about the content, not setup, otherwise you would ask - what is the easiest to setup CMS based on PHP?

There are some index sites which gathers PHP open source applications in categories and one of those is CMS (simple, advanced),
the best place is to look there - even if 10 people recommend one content generation / management system over others, it is after all a matter of features / plugins suitable for the client daily activities, and the more intuitive / best marketing software that is selected to be used.

I suggest to focus on PHP development in this forum and not some recommendations for ready made software without comparison - Wikipedia probably has comparison table, and PHP software indexes provide live DEMO for those apps so you don't need to stare at screenshots and read features on dry land.
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Re: Best CMS for PHP Website

Postby vign9261 on Sat Apr 19, 2014 4:06 am

I prefer to use drupal
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Re: Best CMS for PHP Website

Postby s2370 on Sat May 24, 2014 3:06 am

I would recommend Wordpress or Joomla. This is because you have lot of add-ons which can help you enhance the functionality. Both these also have vibrant communities.
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Re: Best CMS for PHP Website

Postby john9426 on Fri May 30, 2014 7:06 pm

There are over 1200 CMS out there and most of them use PHP (Google "cmsmatrix"). Some are Open Source other are proprietary. W3techs has some nice up-to-date stats on the usage of the CMS (Google "W3techs CMS stats").

I've designed and developed for the 3 top dogs, which are WordPress, Joomla and Drupal, which rank in that order. It really depends on the kind of site you're building. WordPress is #1 chiefly because of its use as a blogging platform. Drupal is more for developers. From my experience users can do simple updates, but seem to get lost for anything else. In my opinion, Joomla is an amazing mix of the two. Unlike Drupal there is a back-end, which I prefer, but you can also allow edits to be done via the front-end.

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Re: Best CMS for PHP Website

Postby jose5608 on Tue Jun 24, 2014 1:13 pm

I would like to suggest you "Drupal " CMS for your website as it's best suitable for PHP websites.You can read more about information by reading some blogs .
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Re: Best CMS for PHP Website

Postby alin946 on Fri Jul 11, 2014 10:14 am

Drupal,Word press,AdaptCMS these are some best CMS for PHP.
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Re: Best CMS for PHP Website

Postby loui7354 on Tue Jul 22, 2014 2:32 pm

I am fully satisfied after listen the comments of other community members here and now i know that what is the best CMS for PHP website and why we use that in our website. Thanks for sharing it!!
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Re: Best CMS for PHP Website

Postby yasa9664 on Sat May 09, 2015 2:17 pm

Wordpress is a best one because wordpress CMS are developed by using Core PHP
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Re: Best CMS for PHP Website

Postby hunt360 on Wed Oct 21, 2015 12:48 pm

I use GetSimle cms - very Fast and NoSQL
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Re: Best CMS for PHP Website

Postby aaro8775 on Thu Nov 03, 2016 7:19 am

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