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Joomla is a free and open source content management system. It is the second popular content management system (WordPress comes first). Joomla is used by more than three percent of all sites on the web, and among the web resources that are managed with CMS, its share is about 7-8 %. Unlike WordPress, this CMS was created exclusively for blogs and, therefore, is more versatile. It is easy to create a Joomla powered blog, an information resource, social network, forum, or online store. With Joomla, you can modify the appearance of the site and the control panel. This can be done with different templates. The default engine comes with two templates for admin panel and with three for the website. There is a huge number of themes for Joomla, both paid and free. Ready-made themes can be easily edited without any special knowledge, because they do not consist of a large number of files (as in WordPress). Joomla offers a huge number of options for site appearance customizing. In the admin panel, you can edit different elements of the page separately, you can set parameters to display different items, manage the menu structure, etc. It's very convenient that the user can see what places in the template are available for insertion of modules (e.g. in menu, sidebars, in the footer of the website and in the main area of the page). To do this, write in the address bar of Joomla website www.yoursite.com/?tp=1. By default, the installation package of Joomla contains only the English language. Language modules are presented in the form of add-ons, so to add the other language the admin panel, you will need to deal with the plugins installation.
Wednesday 31 December 1969
Overall, Joomla is another great collection of poetic code and features that is used by more than one and a half million websites. It has been described by some as “the designer’s CMS” because of the ease with which you can use it to create unique-looking sites.More about Joomla
Saturday 16 July 2011
In today's Content Management hemisphere where hardly any software has a specifically rigid genre of operation (WordPress is being used as a CMS and Drupal can be employed to power blogs), Radiant CMS strives to be different. Radiant CMS surely is nimble and easy to use, and does not compel you to learn Rocket Science in order to master it. But this is precisely all that it is. If, for instance, you intend to run a magazine blog or a news site using it, you'd be better off with other CMS options such as Joomla or even WordPress. On the other hand, if you have a small or medium sized website, Radiant will work well for you.More about Radiant CMS
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