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What's the best CMS for your website?

Joomla! 1.0 - 'Experience the Freedom'!. It has never been easier to create your own dynamic site. Manage all your content from the best CMS admin interface.

The first CMS I have tried is MKPortal, I found it is easy to learn but not flexible, and not extensible. I couldn't find many free templates, not modules. If you have question, it's not easy to get your answer quickly. (Demo)

Then I tried Wordpress, It's a fantastic Blog CMS, easy to learn, and very flexible, loads of free templates and extensions. But It always looks like blog instead of a website.(Demo)

Finally, I found Joomla, it's quite a learning curve here, but gradually I feel the freedom and power of Joomla! (Demo)

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Joomla is the best content management system for doing any websites. its easy to use and customization. joomla cms are having different free templates. thanks for your wonderful sharing.

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