While a large percentage of CMS websites are developed on WordPress it’s not the only open source content management system in the market. There are some other really awesome software like Joomla and Drupal. All three of them have a lot in common, but they still have their own pros and cons.
Here are few of the main differences between webpages built in Joomla, WordPress and Drupal:
It is all loved by everyone for its incredible features. You can change and adjust everything in a WordPress which is a matter of great advantage to the users. It is popular, constantly improving and charismatic Iron Man. It is a leading CMS among others- the same as Iron Man in Avengers. It is a great preference for beginners and operates really healthy for small to medium sized websites, blogs and stores.
It is pretty easy to use the default templates, no way for a beginner to edit something in a back end. It is probably more complex than WordPress. It demands a lot more effort and time to get familiar with it. Batman is difficult to get along with and so is Joomla. It is best suited for e-commerce type of skills, but requires at least some level of technical coding.
A lot of not clear stuff inside and it is a no way for trainee to set up something fancy on it. It generally requires deep dive and too much time. It is even not much professional around. It is like a Superman, who is full of possible skills and powers. Drupal certainly not runs out of surprising, original options. It is so powerful you can do almost anything with it. It is indeed better to say that Drupal is a perfect choice for huge serious websites. It is the most difficult one among the three, but also the most powerful.
The Choice between WordPress, Drupal and Joomla necessarily depends on project’s requisites. If you need an agile development process and you have a low budget, maybe you should choose WordPress. If you need a more Powerful CMS, maybe you should pick Joomla. And if you want a full, customizable environment you should pick Drupal. Apart from that, we should also know that WordPress offers an easy control panel in to allow the clients to manage their websites more easily. Joomla offers a complex control panel while Drupal has a very complex control panel that a developer should change if he wants his clients could manage the website in an easy way.
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Article Written By: Rohit Nandan
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