A content management system (CMS) is a software application or set of related programs that are used to create and manage digital content. CMSes are typically used for enterprise content management(ECM) and web content management
TOP 5 Content Management System:-
Our review team has given WordPress the highest SmartScore of 9.2/10 based on its main features, quality of customer support and other factors. The app also gets an impressive customer satisfaction rating of 98% which shows it has been well received by users. We have selected WordPress as the top content management system application because it is a fully functional system that allows the use of thousands of themes, widgets, and plugins.
You can easily download and install the WordPress script and create your website or blog in just a few minutes. Plus, you can host your website for free using the WordPress.com service. For these reasons, this application is a popular blogging and content management system. We found that the biggest advantage is the platform is easy to use even for lay users because of its intuitive interface. You can easily add blog posts, new pages, images and more without any hassles.
Another benefit is you can use any computer or mobile device to manage all your websites. Plus, there is no need for FTP software or HTML editing, as WordPress is a self-maintaining and self-contained application. Finally, the design you select for your website is fully customizable, and the blogs are built-in and ready to use in a jiffy.
- Huge developer community with plenty of documentation and tutorials available
- Free and paid plugins and specialized themes make it possible to create virtually any kind of site with WordPress
- User-friendly dashboard for managing content
- Can be overkill for basic sites
- A standard installation can have a lot of security issues and is very vulnerable to attack without additional security measures
- No official support outside of user forums, where you may or may not get an official response
Joomla has been awarded a SmartScore of 9.0/10 and user satisfaction rating of 99%. We are impressed with this app because it is one of the most widely used open source content management systems in the world. You don’t need any technical skills to use it as the platform manages all the content for you. In fact, you can organize and manage all your content such as videos, music, images and more with just a few clicks. For this reason, this software is used to empower websites of all sizes and complexities.
It is easy to get started with Joomla as you can make use of the vast collection of tutorials and development tools. To make things easier, this content management system offers a two-level hierarchy which allows you to use hundreds of pages for content-rich websites. Therefore, even lay users and amateurs can easily use this platform for their news sites, forums, and other content sites.
- User authentication can be done with OpenID, Google, and LDAP, among others
- More than 7000 extensions
- Very active user community and tons of documentation available
- Back-end isn’t as user-friendly as some content management system, though it’s still very usable
- Lack of high-quality themes when compared to some other content management system
- Can be overkill for simple sites
Drupal has been given a SmartScore of 9.1/10 and user satisfaction rating of 97%. We are impressed with the functionality offered by this community publishing system and have selected it in third place. Top features include advanced menu management and user management. You can use these tools to create simple yet sophisticated social networking pages, blogs, websites and more. Another advantage is you can use the app to create a range of content types including blog stats, texts, polls, videos, etc.
We like that Drupal is easily customizable which enhances the range of functionality and ideas for designers and developers. Companies can rapidly develop their web resources by deploying this app’s core features. In fact, Drupal is as good as any enterprise-grade content management system when it comes to availability, security, manageability, reliability, and security of online resources.
- Robust community support, including IRC channels and face-to-face meetups
- More than 6,000 modules, making Drupal highly extensible
- A large number of companies offering commercial support for Drupal
- Can be overkill for simple sites
- A lack of really high-quality free and commercial themes (there are some, but not nearly as many as there are for some content management systems)
- Theming system is fairly complicated
ExpressionEngine (EE) is a commercial, modular content management system developed by EllisLab. It is available in both core and standard and is generally suitable for both small, static sites and dynamic content-heavy sites. Like many content management systems, EE allows website administrators a means of managing their website without need the understand or use a code, though it also offers features useful for practiced developers and designers.
- Commercial support
- Focus on security, with no major security breaches ever
- No restrictions on how a site can be designed
- Cost is high, especially for commercial sites
- Can be overkill for simple or smaller sites
- No interactive demo to try it out before you purchase
TextPartner is a regional language vendor with two offices in Poland. The company was founded in 1997 to satisfy the specific demands of international agencies concerning their Polish language assignments. Since then, the company has unceasingly supported its clients in their endeavors to build the image they seek in all their translated, typeset and printed materials. To carry out this mission, TextPartner employs expert individuals who work in competency teams covering as many as seventeen areas of expertise. TextPartner is a member of the European Language Industry Association and is proud to support Translators without Borders.
- Really easy to use interface
- Well suited for sites of all sizes
- Really great documentation, including a full online manual
- Smaller community
- Fewer plugins than the more popular CMSs
- Relatively few high-quality templates available