Study on Content Management System: WordPress, Joomla, Drupal

Thida San, Thae Thae Han, Win Myat Thuzar, Nyein Nyein Hlaing


A content management system (CMS) is a system used to manage the contents of a web site. CMS evolved as an alternative to such web-authoring tools. A CMS is software that helps to make websites easier, faster, browser compatible and responsive website with the powerful features. There are several CMS based on usage, functionalities, compatibility and platforms. There is no CMS that is not best suited for every user. The features of a CMS system include web-based publishing, format management, revision control, indexing search and retrieval. There are three CMS names: Joomla, Word press an d Drupal. These CMSs are available based on functionalities, usage and platforms. In this paper, we study to analyze these CMSs on the design, usage, function, available, plugin, default, integrated feature, installation process, browser compatibility and performance with different platforms. This paper attempt to analyze the pros and cons of these CMS that user can choose the best CMS according to the application requirement.


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