What CMS is best to handle a multilingual website with login system: WordPress, Joomla or other CMS?

What CMS is best to handle a multilingual website with login system: WordPress, Joomla or other CMS?

What CMS is best to handle a multilingual website with login system: WordPress, Joomla or other CMS? If you want a sample of a well performed multilingual website, take a look to Joomla Component Creator. 13 languages and it runs smooth and bug-free.

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Content Management Systems (CMS): On which platform (e.g., Joomla, Drupal, WordPress, etc.) is it easiest to learn how to develop custom modules?

Drupal is for only the professional web developer who is actually a programmer by trade.  It is only popular amongst large organizations, so development teams are the ones that usually work with Drupal.

True, a few individual developers may harness the power of Drupal, but it is not for the general web developer who designs many websites and needs more pre-written modules to work with.

Joomla  version 2.5 meets most every basic need for web development.  There are probably 10,000 plugins, modules ...

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Content Management Systems (CMS): Why should I use wix/weebly/squarespace vs. wordpress?

Wix/Weebly/Squarespace vs. WordPress?

Content Management Systems (CMS): Why should I use wix/Weebly/Squarespace vs. WordPress? Well, this completely depends upon your needs and requirements as Audrius said. I’d consider the following: Do you want to deal with your own hosting company or do you prefer having support directly from people who also support your platform? Do you want one cost gets all solution for cheap? Do the features of any of these platforms suit your requirements?

Wix/Weebly/Squarespace vs. WordPress

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Content Management Systems (CMS): Which is better: WordPress 3.0 or Joomla 1.6?

WordPress 3.0 is a CMS and no longer just a blogging platform as many think. WordPress is easier for both the developer and the user to manage/ learn. Most of the plugins are free and the commercial ones including themes are wonderful.

Joomla was my choice from 2003 to 2009. Today, Joomla has a problem. It’s plugins and extensions are increasingly commercial. Even simple things like SEF urls is commercial. It’s roadmap and plugin development are not in step for a ...

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What are Content Management Systems (CMS) alternatives to WordPress that are built in Ruby on Rails rather than PHP? Preferably has a easy to use Graphic User Interface?

There are 7 top CMSs on Rails: Refinery CMS, Locomotive CMS, Camaleon CMS, Radiant CMS, ComfortableMexicanSofa, Alchemy CMS, and Spina CMS.

Refinery has advanced functionality and boasts a long list of extensions (Elasticsearch; contact forms, calendars, and image galleries). Notable features: built-in multi-language support; multiple extensions; support for Amazon S3 cloud storage.

Locomotive is a hosted solution, and firstly you need to develop the website and add content types locally, and then push changes to the production site.
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