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Best alternative to WordPress?

#31
I'm currently using Ghost CMS, it seems that it's faster than WordPress but it's for blogging only and it needs Node.js support, it also doesn't have much plugins yet
#32
It depends. What do you want to do?
shopify can be a good alternative if you want to build a online shop!
#33
It depends on what you want.

As far as I know,if you want a company webpage,and if you don't mind (maybe) somehow complicated admin tasks,try Joomla(note its plugin directory have some paid plugins).

For a personal blog,there are many choices,and I prefer serendipity for basic blogging.

Well,you may want to search the web and decide yourself --many systems offer online demos.
#34
(04-19-2018, 09:43 AM)olidev Wrote: OctoberCMS..

I second that, octobercms is super fast,
not demanding, and renders beautifully on various platforms,
it has some design features I haven't fully investigated yet,
it has template that is very similar to Moustache ;{0 which is perfect if you're a new-age web-developer,
it can work well with/without javascript support in pages, since a lot (as it should) of the layering is raw HTML/CSS based,
and you rarely see visual glitches or slow DOM such as WordPress.
it implements a lot of HTML5 good practices of design patterns, as well as secure database access in a way that is not blocking the UI.
you can do perfectly well without any plugins/extensions but there are some. works well with other security features such as htaccess tweaks and server load-balancing (intro https://octobercms.com/features).
#35
Wordpress is really a one stop shop and I've yet to find any CMSs that hold a candle to it. Joomla I guess would be some where close, but I feel that it is not user friendly at any capacity, so I've always built sites to work with Wordpress. I currently have a website and I am creating a blog series for my business that talks about Wordpress in detail and how to make it really fit your needs and I have been thinking about a basic tutorial about creating your own themes for it.
  




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