The best web content managers

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The best web content managers
Source:www.ifimedia.com
Are you going to start a blog, a personal web page, one for your company? Well, you have a difficult choice before you that will mark the success or failure of the project: What content provider to use? We will analyze the best ones so that you decide according to the type of project that you are going to do which is the ideal one.

TOP 1:

Wordpress

Wordpress
Wordpress is the most complete and most used CMS in the network. Useful for both beginner users thanks to its ease of use, as well as for the most expert computer scientists since being open source it can be fully edited to suit your needs. It has a large community of users who share extensions that you can incorporate into your Wordpress.
The main advantage of Wordpress is its ease of use: it has an easy-to-learn control panel, which allows you to customize the blog and create content in a few minutes.
Thanks to its programming, any user with minimal programming knowledge can edit the topics and add functionalities to suit their needs. If you are going to make a blog or a content creation page, surely your content manager must be Wordpress.

TOP 2:

Drupal

Drupal
Drupal is an alternative to Wordpress for blogs and websites that need many of their own features that CMS does not incorporate by default. This content manager requires more knowledge and learning than other CMS, but its programming allows you to create these functionalities relatively easily.
Drupal is recommended when preparing to create a very personalized project with functionalities that does not incorporate any content manager, but not for beginning users because its learning curve is very high.


TOP 3:

Joomla

Joomla
Joomla is a platform that has suffered ups and downs in recent years. It started strong with the first version incorporating functions that Wordpress did not include, but in the second version it stagnated and showed certain security weaknesses.
In the third version (the last one), a very simple administrator is presented, thought of the most beginner users (with an extremely simple installation). So it is almost essential to edit the interface to adapt the project to your needs.
Joomla is advised for very simple projects, or for people with high programming skills.

You already have everything you need to make one of the first decisions of a new web project: use Wordpress, Drupal or Joomla as content managers.