CMS Alternatives to WordPress

by enjamulahsan Banned
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wondering what choices people are utilizing today for Content Management Systems on sites, to give to clients who need to keep up their own site? Searching for a non-WordPress arrangement. We had been utilizing Adobe Contribute requiring little to no effort point choice, yet are quit with Contribute and need to locate a practical option...

We have an exceptionally created CMS for our bigger sites, yet the value call attention to this is out of range for some of our clients. In a perfect world need a minimal effort CMS for little business sites.
#alternatives #cms #wordpress
  • Profile picture of the author Juan Jose
    Hello there, enjamulahsan.

    There are various CMS out there composed with very powerful capabilities that are great alternatives for Wordpress. For example, there is BoltCMS, which is very similar to Wordpress on main functionality and goal, however it is built differently and the setup might be a little more different too. (I mention this one specially because I've worked with it for a couple client work).

    It is a thing of choice, considering the goal of the website a selective factor. Sometimes, you want to build just a plain informative website with forever-constant content (not dynamic), and the best solution would be to just build an HTML5 site from the ground up. Of course, if there is a matter of time, instead of using a CMS, you may want to use an HTML5 boilerplate to save time on configuration and fast development.

    What other CMSs do you know about that you may share here with everyone?
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  • Profile picture of the author dhzian
    for my websites I use two CMS or CMF.
    For CMS Wordpress, it's easy to use and fast to develop, for more complex projects I use Drupal.
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