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  • 1. Jaladhi Bhatt
  • 2. Drupal Drupal is a powerful, developer-friendly tool for building complex sites. Like most powerful tools, it requires some expertise and experience to operate. Drupal requires the most technical expertise of the three CMSs. However, it also is capable of producing the most advanced sites. With each release, it is becoming easier to use. If you’re unable to commit to learning the software or can’t hire someone who knows it, it may not be the best choice. Its powerful taxonomy and ability to tag, categorize and organize complex content. For complex, advanced and versatile sites; for sites that require complex data organization; for community platform sites with multiple users; for online stores
  • 3. Joomla Joomla offers middle ground between the developer-oriented, extensive capabilities of Drupal and user-friendly but more complex site development options than Wordpress offers. Less complex than Drupal, more complex than Wordpress. Relatively uncomplicated installation and setup. With a relatively small investment of effort into understanding Joomla’s structure and terminology, you have the ability to create fairly complex sites. Designed to perform as a community platform, with strong social networking features. Joomla allows you to build a site with more content and structure flexibility than Wordpress offers, but still with fairly easy, intuitive usage. Supports Ecommerce, social networking and more.
  • 4. WordPress Drupal is a powerful, developer-friendly tool for building complex sites. Like most powerful tools, it requires some expertise and experience to operate. Drupal requires the most technical expertise of the three CMSs. However, it also is capable of producing the most advanced sites. With each release, it is becoming easier to use. If you’re unable to commit to learning the software or can’t hire someone who knows it, it may not be the best choice. Its powerful taxonomy and ability to tag, categorize and organize complex content. Ideal for fairly simple web sites, such as everyday blogging and news sites; and anyone looking for an easy-to-manage site. Add-ons make it easy to expand the functionality of the site.
  • 5. CMS Comparison Drupal Joomla WordPress WYSWIG rich text editor(allow users to enter content without getting into the hassle of HTML and related CSS) No. Extensible. The basic installation does not offer a rich text editor, but users can install several options, including TinyMCE and FCKeditor Yes, Extensible JCE is Joomla's most popular editor extension. With JCE users can upload and manage files, resize and crop graphics etc.. Yes. Extensible, packaged with a basic rich text editor. User can install popular extensions including TinyMCE and FCKeditor Content Catalogues Any content items is a node. Story(introductory articles with main body text fields); Book (a collection of related pages geared toward collaborative authoring) and Page (static content) Static content(Pages) and Articles (can include introductory text and paginated divisions that provides an automatically generated table of contents) Pages and Posts(or articles), WP offers Excerpts and custom fields for posts and pages. Pages can also be nested in parent-child relations Basic , Extensible No. Extensible but limited Yes Revision Tracking
  • 6. CMS Comparison Drupal Joomla WordPress Availability of Ready-made and Quality Template Compare to Joomla and WordPress very less templates and in terms of quality and quantity are available Great number of free and paid, commercially viable templates are available. the best Joomla templates are highly customizable and inexpensive but, not free Large quantity of free and paid templates. Many of high quality, customization and standard compliance Assigning Widgets/Blocks/Mo dules to sites from the Admin interface Yes, but managing block assignments on large websites can become difficult Yes, but with some limitations. Modules don't appear on every page unless specified. Modules can be assigned to all pages and menu options Yes, lots of useful and appealing widgets are available. But placement and usability relies on theme/template structure. Theme can be ‘widgetised' RSS Syndication Yes, Extensible, RSS feeds can be generated for any index page (page, term etc..) Yes, Extensible, Syndication for section and category index pages. Custom feeds are possible by using various extensions Yes, Must be coded into template. Can be used for post, comments and ping backs
  • 7. CMS Comparison Drupal Tagging Joomla WordPress No. Extensible No. Extensible Yes. Extensible URLs with aliases, slugs or user readable URL's Yes. Advanced URL management that provides user precise control over the URL of each item(node) Yes, but in comparison to Drupal and WordPress, the results are not pretty, without the use of extensions Yes, WP URLs can be very user-friendly but are generally limited to one type for all posts Permission Community-based, granular level of permissions for precise control over features for user types Lacking. Extensions allow more flexibility but add great complexity to the site. Yes. But limited in comparison with Drupal Scalability Based on existing code base, it is very scalable Quite scalable Limited scalability. Not easy to add new section, elements etc.. Learning Curve Easy but required to know how to code Pretty easy, lots of useful and easy-to-learn features are available Easiest among all (Drupal and Joomla)
  • 8. CMS Comparison Drupal Advantage Disadvantage Average Setup & Customization Cost • • • • • • • • Extremely Flexible Developer Friendly Strong SEO Capabilities Enterprise Friendly Stability Steep Learning Curve Lack of Free Plugins Lack of Themes $250 – $15000 Joomla • • • • • • • WordPress User-Friendly Strong Developer Community Extension Variability Strong Content Management Capabilities • • • • Some Learning Involved Lacks SEO Capabilities Limited Access Control List Support • • $5000 – $50000 • • • • Multiple Authors Huge Plugin Library User Friendly Strong SEO Capabilities Easy Customization Flexibility Security Incompatibility with Older Plugins Limited Design Options Limited Content Management Capabilities $2000 – $20000
  • 9. CMS Comparison Drupal Usage Recommendation Joomla It is a full-fledged, enterprise grade CMS. It’s recommended for large projects where stability, scalability and power are prioritized over ease of use and aesthetics. It enables to build a site with more structural stability and content than WordPress, and has a fairly intuitive interface. If user wants a standard website with standard capabilities – a blog, a static/dynamic front-end, a forum, etc. then use Joomla. Joomla is also a good option for small to mid-tier ecommerce stores. If user wants something more powerful for enterprise use, consider Drupal. WordPress It is often called a ‘mini CMS’. It isn’t nearly as powerful or capable as Drupal or Joomla, but is easy enough for any lay user. It provides user simple, easy to use for blogging solution that looks good and can accommodate multiple authors.
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