CMS stands for Content Management System. Basically a CMS is simply a global Internet platform that allows any non web-expert to edit and manage his content.
It is nowadays super popular and unless you're a web expert or you really have a very tiny budget you can't really think about purchasing a web site without a CMS. We're CMS expert in Calgary, feel free to contact us if you have any questions.
By far our favorite CMS! Joomla is a built-in flexible component, making content administration and maintenance very easy.
Joomla is simply the best CMS we've ever worked with. It's relatively simple to use and maintain for non web experts. Joomla community is huge and very active. At the top of that Joomla is the CMS which offers the biggest amount of third party extensions that can dramatically increase the features of the web site within a reasonable budget.
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Wordpress is probably the easiest CMS to work with as an end-user. Originally created specifically for blog-oriented web site, the CMS has now spread out worlwide and is certainly one of the most used CMS on the Web.
Wordpress is extremly inuitive. The administration of your site has never been that easy: click on your page, edit your content, save, done, it's online!
Con's includes the difficulty of adding very powerful third-party extensions but most of the time this is absolutely not an obstacle for small to medium web site.
Drupal, though widely used throughout the Web is not as popular as the two mentionned above. Part of it probably comes from its steeper lurning curve.
Drupal is probably the most powerful CMS maintained by such a large community. The customization possibilities are almost endless with such a CMS. The complexity of Drupal structure is probably one of the biggest drawback of this CMS and often discourages non-web experts to use it to administer their website.