Discussion in 'Web Design' started by bagrov, Jan 18, 2015.
I suggest WordPress for your needs because it's a way less complicated than other goods.
Wordpress is a good bet but you oughta be careful with plugins. Security holes are rampant.
Wordpress works fine for me, but it always gives me headaches when configuring it for the first time.
Still I think it's a lot easier to understand than Joomla
Yup I agree but you can avoid this by keep updating your plugins. This is important.
WordPress is the best option for sure
wordpress would be the wise choice, it allows room for expansion and there are a ton of free plugins and extensions that you can use.
Wordpress is the best CMS
I will always go for Wordpress. For the themes, I would suggest you tu use Genesis Framework or Thesis Framework themes. There are simple, clean and fast. I don't really know if the currently available themes fit your need but you can always make your own custom theme as well. Or hire someone
word press is one of the Best and Open Source, Top rated CMS with many of free extensions to download and compatible with all of the known browsers to you!
WordPress is always the best CMS to learn when starting out. It's easier to learn and use, and very popular so a lot of plugins are readily available. You need plugins for most custom functions (including what you listed there). Drupal is very complicated but very powerful. Joomla would be a little harder than WP but less complicated than Drupal. Definitely go for WP to avoid headaches.
Another for Wordpress. Ease of use, and updates with mods makes it a no brainer.
I would suggest using WordPress too. Please check ElegantThemes, WooThemes, ThemeForest, etc.
You may also want to search "themes" here as there are premium themes that you can download here for FREE.
Just visit Templates & Themes section.
I also suggest wordpress as it is easy to use and easy to learn!
Basically every CMS can do that, so choose which ever CMS you find the most easy to use.
worpress with some custom coding can help you get what you are looking for.
Use wordpress. It's simple but powerful enough to meet your needs
I've used wordpress for years and haven't looked back. It's not needed, but if you know or are willing to learn php and jquery the sky is the limit. One of the most widely used and supported CMS's out there.
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