While WordPress boasts of its simplicity and Drupal takes credit for its advanced functionality, Joomla also targets a specific market that takes pride in it.
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Sydney, Australia (PRWEB) April 10, 2012
CMS (Content management system) platforms are software systems that act as the structural support for most of the things done online. A website relies on this structure to perform all its functions and actually become a website. Today, a lot of software developers and programmers have released numerous CMS platforms to give bloggers and site owners a more convenient time promoting online content but only three of the thousands were chosen to be the best among rest – WordPress, Drupal and Joomla. Web development-oriented blog RecommendWP.com features the 3 platform pioneers in an infographic comparing their various attributes based on different categories that help emphasize each of their advantages and disadvantages.
An estimated 3 million blogs are being posted each day on almost every topic known to man. This just presents a vivid idea of all the information and money circulating all around the internet. In just a few years, this would equal to limitless amounts of intangible content like articles, blog templates, videos, etc. floating in the boundless depths of cyberspace which also creates an abundant pool of links, content and resources that help other budding sites grow. However, all this information won’t be able to exist without a CMS platform to support it, and choosing the best structural foundation for a website would mean ensuring its future growth and development, which would also imply a website’s lifespan and income generating capability.
Choosing the best means knowing which one is the best. To learn more about the advantages of using three of the most popular content management platforms click here. An infographic illustrates just how each one would compare to the other according to different aspects of content management and product credibility. The picture also provides a general idea of how each software system meets the different requirements and categories set according to most bloggers’ and website users’ preferences.
Nikki Larose of RecommendWP.com states, “Details often depend on the point of comparison in which the subjects are being evaluated. In truth, the three CMS platforms have their own respective benefits and drawbacks depending on the category in question. While WordPress boasts of its simplicity and Drupal takes credit for its advanced functionality, Joomla also targets a specific market that takes pride in it.”
While each CMS gets its fine share of patronage from many popular sites, a few aspects show a varying trend on which platform takes an edge over the other. Statistics show a huge amount of support for WordPress as compared to Joomla and Drupal, although Drupal was released earlier than the two. Most of the comparisons made are based on sites that promote an internet marketing theme to give an idea on how the software systems have affected the online business industry so far since most people use websites to actually engage in business.
“With different websites offering various ideas on online content management and system platforms, it might actually be even harder to choose. However, details that can be seen on the sales page or a graph of a site were not actually meant to change the way people think, but instead inform them of how lucky they are to have so many choices to take advantage of and benefit from,” maintains Larose.