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post #11 of 14
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Drupal if you're familiar with how a CMS works and you're comfortable editing modules and things like that. Otherwise, Wordpress can be as simple or as complex as you want it to be.

Exactly. +1
post #12 of 14
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So my friend has been using Wordpress and it's been crap. We know about Joomala and he didn't like that either so any any other ones out there?

What are you going to be doing with this CMS?

I'm a beginner who has built sites in Drupal and Wordpress, and I the end-product seems to be a good way to decide which platform you are going with. Unless you are doing something with a super complex backend that would rely on the excellent (if at times patchy) Drupal Modules out there, i'd go with Modx/Joomla or really suggest taking another look at Wordpress. That said, it seems like it's mostly a preference thing at the end of the day. I prefer wordpress; I know a Perl-Head that hates everything and wrote his own CMS.

It'd just be best to know what you want to do so people can weight in with more precise advice.
Edited by iota - 11/22/11 at 7:53am
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I would say Drupal, Joomla or WordPress.
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I agree with anyone suggesting Ddrupal. It does take a bit to get used to and learn how to use properly, but if you get into it it's a very powerful CMS. Also there are some good ebooks out there to help you learn. I've tried others like Wordpress and Typo3 but Drupal is my weapon of choice.
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