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Top 9 Free Content Management Systems

Posted on the 29 August 2012 by Yogeshvashist98

Web design has become a far less complex industry thanks to the many free web tools and content management systems that make the jobs of designers and developers so much easier.

Free Content Management System

Listed below, are 9 of the popular free content management systems which are readily available for free download, many of which come pre-loaded with versatile and pre-build functionalities.

1. WordPress

Lately, WordPress has seriously got everyone talking, and is the preferred CMS choice for web designers around the world. WordPress is a state of the art publishing platform that focuses on usability, the latest web standards and aesthetics. Many of the world’s high profile websites are built on WordPress, download it for free here: http://wordpress.org/download/

2. Joomla

The Joomla platform is an award winning CMS, enabling web designers and developers to create ultra powerful online applications. Joomla is a powerful free software that sets itself apart thanks to its ease of extensibility making it one of the great open source solutions on the market.

3. Drupal

Many thousands of organizations use Drupal to power their business websites. Drupal allows individuals or web designers to easily manage and publish an extensive variety of content onto the web. Drupal is among the best free content management systems allowing you to create and publish your content fast and efficiently.

4. SliverStrip

SilverStrip CMS is a feature rich and flexible platform that allows easy collaboration between contributors who are involved in a web project, and has an array of powerful and flexible online tools.

5. CushyCMS

CushyCMS is one of the truly simple content management systems which is free for unlimited users, unlimited pages, unlimited sites and allows unlimited edits or updates.

6. Frog CMS

Frog CMS offers a simple CMS with an easy to use and elegant user and admin interface. Frog provides neat options such as flexible page templates, impressive user management with permissions feature including file management capabilities. the Frog CMS is a PHP version of the famous Radiant content management system. Even though the two applications share a resemblance, Frog is undertaking it’s own unique path in development.

7. MODx

MODx assists webmasters to take control of their online content. Built on an open source PHP application, MODx is flexible enough so you can build your websites and make them uniquely yours. There are virtually no restrictions and it’s fast to build. Easy to use templates created in html/css/js.

8. TYPOlight

TYPOlight uses Web 2.0 and Ajax technologies and includes an awesome live feature to update multiple blogs. It offers multi-language support for those wanting to create mirror websites in different languages.

9. Expression Engine

If you are looking for a CMS solution, then look no further than Express Engine. Express Engine powers millions of websites around the world and is easy to manage. So if you’re fed-up with the limitations of your current platform, then take this one for a joy ride.

Author: Matt Fuller works for Website Hotline specializing in small business web design, and is based in Australia.

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