• Tue, Sep 4, 2012

    Easy to use CMS’s

    1.    Drupal

    Drupal is by far the most access-friendly CMS that exists on the Internet today. One of its key features is the on-page editing tool. If you care to extend it to facilitate other services promoted by your business there are enough modules to use to do just that. It also grants you the possibility to create your own themes with CSS. Many developers would not recommend Drupal because it often leads them to frustration when editing its CSS, despite the user-friendliness that makes it popular.

    2.    Radiant

    Radiant is a simple CMS. It has an interface that most would find very attractive and minimalist. It has only three tabs (Content, Design and Settings). The administrator panel offers a few extra options, but nothing out of the ordinary. You can create pages using features called Markdown and Textile. Those who enjoy a more traditional way of doing that are free to opt for the simple HTML. One thing that falls in the user-friendly category is its option to reuse content through the means of a Snippet. Its system can be extended by using macros, while pages can be categorized fairly easy (Parent Categories and Subcategories). Page caching and custom filters are added bonuses that make this CMS worth your consideration.

    3.    Wordpress

    This CMS offers lots of features that might be suitable for a small business. Its design may look simple and straightforward, but it’s intelligently designed to cut down the time it takes to manage all your content. Updating the website can be done with little knowledge of HTML. It can be used by both internet-savvy people and starters. You can create polls, contact forms and post your messages with the help of a simple yet efficient tool such as the rich text editor. If you encounter problems such as script bugs or plug-in errors, the WordPress support team can assist you in the shortest time possible. One of the main features that makes WordPress a viable CMS candidate is its ‘fondness’ of SEO. Adding keywords and including links into your posts is virtually child’s play, though the menus are designed to ensure optimum management efficiency.

    4.    Joomla

    Joomla is a very complicated CMS when compared to WordPress or Drupal. Though not regarded as user-friendly in its truest sense, it manages to incorporate hundreds of thousands of modules. This wide selection of modules makes up for the lack of interface friendliness. If you get accustomed to its menus, then you won’t have a problem managing the content on your website. Joomla has an attractive layout that many would find suitable for managing a diverse content. If you have a more than one service you want to promote, or you want a CMS that is capable of handling a wide range of products, Joomla definitely represents the right choice. This CMS gives you a lot of administrative power over your website. You can create navigation structures fairly easy, without having prior knowledge of HTML. What is great about Joomla is that it lets you activate dates and set expiration times for your articles. These options might just be what a small business website requires.

    Posted by myadmin @ 11:53 am for Web Design |

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