For those of you who've been using the internet must have been familiar with a website or blog. And you must really want to have a website or blog. Now it's been a lot of available scripts for your website or blog, and now more commonly known as CMS (Content Management System). If you searched on the internet surely you are confused about which CMS you want to use. Now before you get confused to decide to use which one, let us refer to the following reviews.
Of the many available CMS's most lots of people like and use is wordpress, joomla and drupal. All three have their respective advantages. Of the three we are still confused also to select which one to suit our needs.
In recent years the wordpress actually start to move into a great CMS. While Joomla and Drupal are striving to be the top in society. Both are open source, and both are widely developed with thousands of members in their communities to help develop and expand the possible use for each. While Wordpress is considered as the underdog in the war CMS, it is most certainly the king of blogging software. With the advantages and disadvantages of each is a CMS, you can build any website or blog.
Ok, let's start discussing the three CMS.
CMS (Content Management System) is a system used to manage and facilitate the process of creation, renewal, and publishing content together (collaborative content management). Content refers to information in the form of text, graphics, images, or in other formats that need to be managed with the purpose of facilitating the process of creating, updating, distribution, search, analysis, and increase flexibility to be transformed into another form. CMS terminology itself is quite wide, among them include software applications, databases, archives, workflows, and other tools that can be managed as part of the mechanism of an enterprise information network and global.