Packt, an IT book publisher, is holding a contest to find the best open source CMS. After 6 weeks of voting they’re down to five finalists:
You can learn more about these or any other CMS at CMS Matrix.
Posted on: September 19, 2006 |
Do they all provide validated code?
I've only used Drupal from that lot & have been very impressed by it. In fact I'm trying to work a solution around it where I can just hand a cd and a few simple instructions to friends (who just "want a website" but have no clue what it will contain).
Would be very interested to hear some feedback from Smiley Cat readers :)
1. Posted by mattyod on September 19, 2006
Well I'm not that good in PHP programming, and it took me a while to get used to CMS Made Simple. Now I got a got hand on it, and every time I check on how are made other well rated CMS I find them so differente one from other that I'm completly discourage to switch.
Any way, like mattyod, I would be very interested to hear some feedback from someone who's good at programming, and who has really experienced programming with all of them.
Good one people !
2. Posted by uoa7 on September 20, 2006
While I can't comment on these ones in particular, creating valid code has become more of a standard in modern CMS's. I wouldn't be surprised if these were XHTML 1.0 compliant.
Of course, there's a difference between creating valid code and creating good code — there's not much point in having code that validates if it is chock full of unnecessary divs and classes.
3. Posted by Christian Watson on September 20, 2006
Having used Jomla, I must say that I have been impressed not only by the power of the product but, very importantly, the user community that exists around the product. With a huge range of add-ons, Joomla has proved to be a very powerful CMS.
4. Posted by Salisbury Web Design on September 27, 2006
I've used Joomla/Mambo quite a few times, and I liked it at first, but then proved to be a headache with customizing. I was also told that the security on it was very vulnerable.
Plone is a great tool but takes alot of getting used to.
5. Posted by J Phill on September 27, 2006
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