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  1. 1. DotNetNuke VS Other CMS With:
  2. 2. DotNetNuke O DotNetNuke is a web content management system based on Microsoft .NET. The Community Edition is open source.
  3. 3. Some Significant Features of DNN: O DNN is designed for multi-tenancy and supports an unlimited number of websites, either as root websites or for portals in a parent-child configuration. O The platform's skinning feature separates content from design-related files for easier customization. Skins make it simple to maintain a common look and structure across related sites without advanced programming knowledge. O DNN's core functionality can be expanded with modules for common elements, such as those for e-commerce. O The software enables parent-child website resource sharing and management using specially-formed symbolic links.
  4. 4. DNN vs WordPress
  5. 5. DNN vs WordPress O Some individuals feel that WordPress is organized more neatly compared to DNN. At Clarity, we disagree because WordPress hasn't changed much in many years, you have to bounce back and forth between the dashboard and site, while DNN makes huge strides every version and is natively integrated into the actual page you're editing (built in toolbar across the top of the page with view, edit and layout modes). DNN is based on .NET, WordPress on PHP.
  6. 6. DNN vs WordPress O .NET is a first-tier developer's platform, meaning that every college CS major can develop and customize the site. While both platforms have tens of thousands of plugins/modules available, DNN is easier to develop for integrations and customizations.
  7. 7. DNN vs Joomla
  8. 8. DNN vs Joomla O A minor week point is Joomla’s inability to work well with Windows; especially, because a majority of global businesses utilize the Windows operating system. Joomla is written with PHP and also utilizes MySQL. It excels by working in congruence with Linux. Joomla administration functions can be tricky to use. The security group settings are shakier compared to DNN or WordPress.
  9. 9. DNN vs Joomla O However, there are some 3rd party modules that will help you with this small issue. Joomla is a completely adequate tool that is comparable to DNN. It really just depends which system you’re using and whether you choose a tool who's community is growing rapidly (DNN) versus one that has been declining. The best feature of Joomla is the ability to easily add any kind of link to any navigation menu.
  10. 10. DNN vs Drupal
  11. 11. DNN vs Drupal O When people compare DNN and Drupal, they often find DNN works more efficiently with Internet Explorer. Drupal tends to work a little bit better in Firefox. Drupal and DNN are similar in that they are both open sourced and free. Drupal is written in PHP and distributed by GNU. According to, “Drupal is only used by 2.0% percent of the websites in the world.” Drupal is commonly used for a lot of personal blogs and government websites, similar to WordPress' community.
  12. 12. DNN vs Drupal O A majority of Drupal users use Drupal core which has all the basic features of a CMS system. Although Drupal is one of Clarity's supported development CMS platforms, we also only see around 2% of our client base using Drupal.
  13. 13. DNN vs Umbraco
  14. 14. DNN vs Umbraco O These ASP.NET CMS options be it DotNetNuke or Umbraco are most popular ones on the market. We must ensure that we target specific needs and requirements when we decide to choose among them. Umbraco has an easy editor microsoft word, where users are most comfortable in. It provides a high-quality and highly functional CMS.
  15. 15. DNN vs Umbraco O Umbraco has high requirements for hosting, so it is difficult to find a “shared” hosting environment that will support it. Its newer versions better support various browsers like Safari and Firefox. There are good plugins available and a management system built into Umbraco. Umbraco is better than dotnetnuke in speed.
  16. 16. DNN vs Kentico
  17. 17. DNN vs Kentico O CMS streamlines efforts and builds as well as updates websites in a simple way. As long as the CMS fits all of your needs, it will be the right decision. According to survey Kentico scores 60% and DotNetNuke scores 40% in terms of which is easier to use. DotNetNuke scored very well more than Kentico in terms of functionality. One of the core differences between Kentico and DotNetNuke is that with Kentico, there is a separation of the front-end website templates from the administration function.
  18. 18. DNN vs Kentico O With DotNetNuke they are tied together. In terms of development Kentico exceeds DotNetNuke. DotNetNuke has forums, books and blogs to support the product. With many pros and cons according to some users DotNetNuke is much slower than Kentico but its available for Free. Kentico is used by higher traffic sites than DotNetNuke. DotNetNuke is used by 0.6% of all the websites whose content management system we know and that rank in the top 100.000.
  19. 19. DNN vs Kentico O DotNetNuke is suited for a variety of projects -- from the smallest website to the largest corporate deployment. It more focused on validation, bug tracking, potential threats and encryption. DotNetNuke wins as it has a trademark and has a brand name in the open source community and it has enhanced features which deploys tremendous output to business. Hence Certified CMS developers are what businesses need to create rich and amazing websites with a perfect CMS.