CMS Development Services in Dallas
A content management system (CMS) is a computer application that allows publishing, editing and modifying content, organizing, deleting as well as maintenance from a central interface.
There are plenty of options when it comes to picking a content management system for a development project. Depending on how advanced you need the CMS to be, what language it's built in, and who is going to be using it, it can be a exhausting trying to find the "perfect" CMS for a project.
However, some CMSs have a slight edge over the rest of the competition because of the usability of the software. Some are just easier to install, use and extend, thanks to some thoughtful planning by the lead developers.
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The PHP blogging platform is far and away the most popular CMS for blogging, and probably the most popular CMS overall. A WYSIWYG editor is provided html content updates. The backend layout is streamlined and intuitive, and a new user should be able to easily find their way around the administration section.
Another CMS that has a very large, active community. Instead of focusing on blogging as a platform, Drupal is more of a pure CMS. One of Drupal's most popular features is the Taxonomy module, a feature that allows for multiple levels and types of categories for content types.
Joomla is a very advanced in terms of functionality and is similar to Drupal in that it's a complete CMS, and might be a bit much for a simple portfolio site. It comes with an attractive administration interface, complete with intuitive drop-down menus and other features.
Additional content managment systems available for development:
Elegant, flexible CMS solution for any type of project. Designed to be extensible and easy to modify, EE sets itself apart in how clean and intuitive their user administration area is.
Popular choice for designers because of its simple elegance. Textpattern isn't a CMS that throws in every feature it can think of. The code base is svelte and minimal.
different type of CMS altogether. Sure, it has all the basic functionality of a regular content management system, but it doesn't rely on a specific language but an ftp protocal.
another PHP CMS that behaves much like Wordpress, except has many more configurable options and is tailored towards content management, and not blogging. Very own PHP framework Saphire.