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#1 Guest_Martin_*

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Posted 24 July 2012 - 10:34 AM

With so many content management systems to choose from, we’ve put together a quick overview of the most popular options.

Part 1 looks at WordPress, Drupal, Joomla, ModX and Silverstripe: http://www.ukwda.org...-systems-part-1

Part 2 looks at DotNetNuke, Concrete5, Symphony, Umbraco and Expression Engine: http://www.ukwda.org...-systems-part-2

Part 3 looks at the UK options on the market - Sitekit, Jadu, Easysite and Contensis: http://www.ukwda.org...rt-3-uk-edition

Post your own reviews and comments here!

#2 Guest_Dave_*

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Posted 14 August 2012 - 09:00 PM

Great reviews 'A'

If peeps don't mind paying, there's: CMS Builder: http://www.interactivetools.com/

A great tool for building small to large sites. A small Canadian company, we've been using their products for many years now, the support and product list is very good. The great thing is that when you pass it over to the client, you can completely control all of the features you pass over. This is very useful if your client is... let's say... easily confused by CMS back-end's.

They also have what they term: Classic Products which we still buy, although they no longer provide support on them. You would need to know your way around them to make them worth buying.

Thanks for the reviews.

Dave

#3 Guest_JonathanLewis_*

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Posted 03 January 2013 - 05:24 PM

Hi UKWDA. I work for Contensis CMS, thanks so much for the review.

If you'll permit me I'd like to highlight a couple of features raised in the weaknesses part of the review.

We have quite a few websites using our Multilingual module some even publishing in 16 languages.

With regard to micro-sites; although many of our clients use Contensis to run large/high-traffic sites we do have micro-site and blog modules which many organisations use for smaller sub-sites. That said, Contensis may be an overkill you only want to publish a 3-page brochure site and nothing else.

We really appreciate you taking the time to write a review of Contensis. If you require any further information at all please get in touch.

Kind regards,

Jon Lewis





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