2 Less Renowned CMS Solutions that Don’t Suck At all
When we talk about the Content Management System tools, the three names that click to most of the users are of WordPress, Joomla and Drupal. It is primarily because these software tools have been able to make their global presence and have received enormous attention and acceptance all around the globe. Often, some other good names are hidden behind the giant ones due to their weak marketing strategies or low cost budget to give incentives to their potential customers like the other big names give for winning over the customers. The need here is to realize that many other CMS tools are available in the markets which have not been in the limelight, not because of their weak functionality or problems but due to the international hype received by the other CMS solutions. This article will bring to light other CMS development software which you can use for content management and website modification.
1. Expression Engine CMSExpression Engine is a simple and easy to use CMS tool, where the admin can change and add information over the website with great ease without having to spend too much time on it. The platforms of Joomla and Drupal are designed for PHP and HTML developers and they cannot be used proficiently by the non-technical persons. On the other hand, the platform of EE gives simplicity of usage to all users, and even people not aware of the basics of programming can manage their website efficiently by using the EE CMS web development system. One of the great advantages of using EE is the easy separation and estimation of the blogs uploaded by different operating systems. The EE tool identifies a blog with its operating system, and gives an opportunity for the admin manager to identify the active users of the website. If users from iOS are more active on the website, then future activities of application development and web scalability can be carried in interest of the iOS users. Therefore, utilizing EE will not only give the power of CMS to the company but will also clear the vision and planning of the company for their target market and product type.
2. Movable Type CMSMovable Type is another open source system that can be implicated for content management and website updates. From the steps of installing the software for managing blogs and other website content, you will feel that most of the complicated task is performed by the software itself and the admin manager just has to indicate areas and pages from where the content has to be changed or removed. (Must Read : How to Start Blogging) Maintaining multiple blog instances can be an issue with some of the content management systems, including WordPress and complications are augmented with each blog instance. This is not a problem with the Movable Type CMS where the default installation of the software has the built-in feature of managing and filtering several blog instances simultaneously. For this reason, no additional plug-ins are required if your website has hundreds of blogs and 2 or more blogs need to be managed at the same time.
Bio author:- Mark Anderson is a happy husband and father enjoying life in Texas. He is a full-time business consultant and WordPress developer at Studioxcess.net