CMS Comparison: Joomla vs. Drupal vs. WordPress

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25 Comments

  • Todos tienen diferente funcionamiento, personalmente he podido utilizar los 3 CMS y me quedo con joomla. Larga vida a joomla!

  • Many thanks for this – very useful. I am looking around at the moment and your video has given me more confidence (questions to ask what to look for etc.) – I like your references as well. I understand that Drupal7 is designed to be a bit of game changer for Drupal and so am not sure if that will affect your advice?

  • I’ve developed hundreds of websites and love all three. Having said that, I have to say that you’re selling WordPress really short. With properly scripted plugins and just a bit of knowledge (tutorials are everywhere), WordPress is much more than a blogging platform. Also, I’m not sure what you meant with the shopping cart comment, as shopping carts for WordPress are numerous.

    Other than that, great video. I’m subscribing right after I post this. 🙂

  • WP 4me the best
    is more security than joomla
    & Drupal is so hard to use 🙂
    4 me the best ranking is this :

    1) WordPress
    2) Joomla
    3) Drupal
    This is my opinion if u like it plz Rate 🙂

  • If you’re looking at e-commerce then go for Magento but make sure you have a dedicated machine or a very generous Virtual Sever. Magento is heavy and I mean HEAVY on the CPU. Virtuemart isn’t for a grown up e-commerce site.

  • I run a web development company where we use WordPress, Joomla, Drupal, Magento and Ruby on Rails apps. This was a great summary and good to see without any bias creeping in. All good but for different reasons!

  • wordpress is not a cms. wordpress is a blogging program. it does use php to dynamically log in and post new content, it is not a pure cms.

  • Absolutely the best video on the subject, surprisingly fair! thank you, thank you.
    saved me a lot of time.

  • I like Textpattern the best for a simple blog website. But I’m a designer. If you have no talent, use WordPress for a simple site.

  • I am using Joomla for years, and:
    1. Has a thousans of tricks that you have to know,
    2. Very powerfull,
    3. Great extensions directory,
    4. Configure your CMS in a way that the customer uses just articles, and it will become very user friendly,
    5. Needs to make security mesures after installing it.

    I saw that wordpress is so easy to administer but, it looks less powerfull than Joomla.

    Anyway, great video!

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