Popular CMS


What is a content management system ?- A content management system (CMS) is an application that allows you to create and run your website. You will get an admin panel - an interface where you can create and update pages, posts and other types of content (images, videos, etc) and arrange the content the way you need.


WordPress is an open source CMS that powers over half of the world’s CMS sites, and it is getting more comprehensive, intuitive and popular with each new update release. WordPress has a committed community, tons of free extensions (more than any other CMS) and the easiest-to-use interface.

Managing your content with WordPress is perfectly simple: you create a page, add it to the menu, post something on it and see your content on the front-end of your site. All that adds up to a preeminent CMS platform. So why do so many people choose WordPress for their site? Because WordPress is the easiest CMS to use.


Drupal is the third most popular content management system available today, used by sites both large and small. It’s among the most powerful open sourced options available, which means it’s learning curve is also a bit steeper. Here’s where Drupal excels:

Technically Advanced – Drupal is the most technically advanced of these three content management systems. Good for technical people who like to get their hands dirty.

Improved Performance – Drupal pages typically load more quickly, and have faster response times than those made with WordPress or Joomla. Part of the reason is because it’s less resource-intensive, requiring a less expensive server or hosting setup. (However like with all CMS, adding too many third party plugins can bog down performance.)

Customizable – Drupal is easy to customize with many widely available plug-ins, themes and other configurable options to choose from. You can also edit the root files directly, perfect for those developers who need to make more significant changes.


Joomla is the second most popular CMS. It’s like the compromise between WordPress and Drupal. It’s powerful enough to run most websites without any problems, and it doesn’t require the same level of technical experience to run as Drupal either. As the second most used CMS (behind WordPress), Joomla also has a lot of plug-ins and themes available to choose from (around 6000 or so) similar to both WordPress and Drupal. So customizing the look and feel of your site shouldn’t be problem.

Other Popular CMS

There are so many other popular content management systems like: EXPRESSIONENGINE (PHP), TEXTPATTERN (PHP), Radiant CMS (Ruby), SILVERSTRIPE (PHP), TYPO3 (PHP), UMBRACO (.Net), CONCRETE5 (PHP), CUSHYCMS (PHP), Alfresco (JSP) and many more.

Before you decide on one of the many content management systems available, it’s important to first define the goal of your planned online project. It’s also important to estimate how many people should be working on the CMS at the same time and which workflows will be used. Your priorities in relation to installation and configuration efforts, use, management, and functionality must be considered for the planned project.

To choose an appropriate CMS system, you should ensure that the enormous spread of different functions is in line with your individual requirements. As these differ from user to user, only a direct comparison is helpful. Use online comparison to find out which application types best suit the solutions presented, and which system resources you need to provide for smooth operation.

Our Process

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Step1: Planning

Define target audience, purpose, objectives, and policies for information development and use. Now we check technical construction of web with validation tools; evaluate information consistency and verify correctness of domain information. We create site map on the basis of collected information

Step2: Designing

Separate information into page-sized chunks. We connect pages along routes of use and user thinking. We provide information, context, and navigation cues. We create a consistent look and feel.

Step3: Development

Now we create an extendible directory and file structure then We use HTML and other programing tools where helpful.then We use templates for supporting consistent look and feel then we check implementation in various browsers.

Step4: Delivery

At this point, we attend to the final details and test of web site. We test things such as the complete functionality of forms or other scripts, as well last testing for last minute compatibility issues (viewing differences between different web browsers), and ensuring that web site is optimized to be viewed properly in the most recent browser versions. . Once we get final approval from client, it is time to deliver the site. An FTP (File Transfer Protocol) program is used to upload the web site files to server.

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