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    I love building things from scratch I think it's more satisfying. That's just me, though.
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    If your website is of dynamic nature and the content on your website is going to increase day by day then the task of CMS can be the crucial one. So while choosing the CMS for your website you should take extra precautions. In my opinion the best CMS is Joomla due to its security and safety.

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    No one has mentioned Dreamweaver. Is Dreamweaver considered a CMS or is it something else?
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    Quote Originally Posted by evenstar7139 View Post
    No one has mentioned Dreamweaver. Is Dreamweaver considered a CMS or is it something else?
    Dreamweaver is a development application. It can be used to write the markup and code for your website. A Content Management System is (as it's title suggests) a system that enables users to publish, edit and modify content from an administration area without having to modify the existing code on the site.

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    For large web sites Joomla or Drupal is best but for small sites MODx CMS or Wordpress is good.

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    Yes, WordPress is the best choice. It's easy-using and very good for SEO.
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    Does the project need a CMS, thats the first point to tackle.

    Seriously, why do people install things like wordpress or Joomla and they only ever have 5 or 6 pages? If you have few pages, how often does the content need changing? That is what you have to address. If its not that often, like once a year then a CMS is not required.

    So the question really is, do I need a CMS.
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