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    Drupal

    Drupal is a free software package that allows an individual, a community of users, or an enterprise to easily publish, manage and organize a wide variety of content on a...

    Open Source Self-Hosted PHP

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    PrestaShop

    PrestaShop is an open-source e-commerce free software powering nearly 200,000 online stores. are built using this software around the world. Translated into more than 60...

    Open Source Mac Windows Linux Web Self-Hosted ... PHP

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    MODx

    modx is a free, fast & flexible, ajax and seo content management system MODx helps you take control of your online content. An Open Source Content Management...

    Open Source Self-Hosted PHP

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    Plone

    Plone is an open source content management system based on the Zope application server, written in python. Its known to be powerful, reliable, secure and easy to use....

    Open Source Self-Hosted Python

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    concrete5

    Many content management systems are focused on developer or site owner needs, but concrete5 is a CMS that truly delivers the best to both worlds. An in-context editing...

    Open Source Web Self-Hosted

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    ImpressPages CMS

    ImpressPages is a PHP framework with admin panel. A new MVC engine is under the hood so you can customize ImpressPages in no time. Write your own plugins and themes to...

    Open Source Web Self-Hosted PHP

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    Fork CMS

    Fork CMS is dedicated to creating a user friendly environment to build, monitor and update your website. We take great pride in being the Content Management System of...

    Open Source Web Self-Hosted PHP

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    Yellow

    Yellow is for people who make websites. It's a flat-file content management system. Everything is made of files and folders. You can create web pages, blogs, wikis....

    Open Source Mac Windows Linux Web

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    Microweber

    A content management system (CMS) that allows you to create free websites, online shops, and blog with the drag and drop.

    Open Source Web Self-Hosted

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    CMS Made Simple

    CMS Made Simple - the open source content management system for the rest of us. CMS Made Simple helps experienced web developers and designers to create sites of power...

    Open Source Mac Windows Linux Web Self-Hosted ... PHP

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    Anchor CMS

    Anchor is a lightweight blogging platform with a focus on simplicity and elegance.

    Open Source Windows Linux Web AppFog Engine Yard Cloud ... PHP OpenShift

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Joomla Comments

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Comment by aviashkaisp
about Joomla Apr 2016

Not bad language . But it is quite difficult to work after others.

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Drupal and Contao

Comment by Stonelabs
about Joomla Feb 2013

Drupal is a very strong CMS (CMF), the alternative to Drupal in more simple it's Contao (formely Typolight).
Contao is a CMF so
Very simple, very clean in the code, i love this cms. Joomla is cool but here code isn't clean et enough professionnel.
If you don't know Contao, tryiest it ! Strong, modulable, easy and clean

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Once upon a time 2 Helpful

Negative Comment by DanMan
about Joomla and Contao Jan 2013

This used to be the go-to CMS a few years ago, and it is very well supplied with themes and plugins and stuff. But nowadays there are better CMS out there that are more intuitive to use and just do a plain better job overall. It does a lot, but nothing really good. Also not very easy to create templates for. I suggest trying out Contao instead.

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A brilliant CMS. Open-source, not too step a learning curve ... 1 Helpful

Comment by Furgelnod
about Joomla Jun 2011

A brilliant CMS. Open-source, not too step a learning curve with the interface but the best point is Joomla is highly extensible, there are literally hundreds of easy to incorporate "plugins" for just about anything you may want on your site. I would highly recommend Joomla to anyone making a site.

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