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  Post #76 (permalink)   12-07-2017, 10:06 AM
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Sounds like Wordpress is the most favorable hands down. I've never used Joomla, but it looks good. I'll try it out.
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  Post #77 (permalink)   01-03-2018, 03:21 AM
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Wordpress started out as a platform for bloggers, but now you can do basically everything with it. I personally created a multi-vendor marketplace with it already.
My only issue with WordPress is that it can be slow depending on how many plugins or custom features you use.

  Post #78 (permalink)   01-03-2018, 06:55 AM
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There are much more webmasters who can work on WordPress and I cannot tell you the same about Joomla.. What about functionality - it depends on your needs, but again, it is easier to work with WordPress and as far as I know a lot of people are moving to this platform because of its usability.

  Post #79 (permalink)   01-03-2018, 08:38 AM
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I recommend Joomla.
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  Post #80 (permalink)   01-07-2018, 02:23 AM
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It really depends i suggest researching them everything on the web has its pros and cons , that why nothing really ever gets wiped out.

Just take drupal and worpress :
Worpress is great for new people relatively new to the cms world, even those that cannot code or just dabble in php.
It supplies plugins ( which im not saying you should use for everything ) , it supplies template , all which are regulated rather badly by wordpress .org.
Very noice and convenient right ? Its also why WordPress get exploited so much because hackers know , many many plugins have loopholes , many webmasters arent really experienced enough to plug the gaps or even see them.
Altough i laught sometimes i think of WordPress as being in a school of tuna , safety in numbers right ?

If you know php well enough drupal in my opinion is far superior platform to WordPress in terms of advanced functionality. ( and this is a biased opinion as i am a web developer)
Drupal code base is very closely secured and secured scrutinized.
Drupals Modules , where not designed ( as in the case of wordpress ) for user ease, but to for the best functionality this makes it at times a complicated cms ( if you could even call it that ).

However not everybody needs these super powered features , some people get by just fine with WordPress, as always the answer comes down to what is best suited to your skills and what you wish to achieve. I myself use wordpress despite being for drupal , because in terms of what i need , its just easier and saves time.
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