Content Management Systems

A content management system, or CMS, is a software application that runs on a web server and allows for easy administration of a website’s content.  The core of these systems generally handle user authentication, article/page generation, and a menu system to allow for easy navigation throughout the site.  While these are the ‘core’ features of just about any CMS, each one has their own specific out-of-the-box capabilities as well as unique methods to extend the featureset to match the unique needs of any site that uses them.

 

Joomla – Open Source, PHP, Download

Joomla is a very flexible Content Management System which is widely considered to be the ‘moderate’ choice for most applications.  Very much like Goldie Locks, it’s not as complex as Drupal but it’s more flexible in many ways to WordPress.  Joomla can satisfy the needs of a wide variety of websites, but it does have it’s pitfalls which, depending on your needs, may preclude it from being your CMS of choice.

Read more about Joomla here.

 

Drupal – Open Source, PHP, Download

Read more about Drupal here.

 

WordPress – Open Source, PHP, Download

Read more about WordPress here.

 

Mambo – Open Source, PHP, Download

Read more about Mambo here.

 

 

Currently, CMS Market does not have categories setup for the following content management systems.  If you are interested in submitting extensions or templates for these (or any) CMS, please contact us at the Support link at the bottom of every page.

 

 

LightCMD – Open Source, PHP, Hosted

Read more about LightCMS here.

 

Pligg – Open Source, PHP, Download

Read more about Pligg here.

 

Alfresco – Open Source, JDK, Download

Read more about Alfresco here.

 

MODX – Open Source, PHP, Download

Read more about MODX here.

 

Plone – Open Source, Python, Download

Read more about Plone here.

 

MovableType

Read more about MovableType here.

 

AccelSite CMS

Read more about AccelSite CMS here.

 

Silver Stripe

Read more about Silver Stripe here.

 

DotNetNuke

Read more about DotNetNuke here.

 

Umbraco

Read more about Umbraco here.

 

Concrete5

Read more about Concrete5 here.

 

ExpressionEngine

Read more about ExpressionEngine here.

 

Konductor

Read more about Konductor here.

 

Magento

Read more about Magento here.

 

Dolphin

Read more about Dolphin here.

 

Ray CMS

Read more about Ray CMS here.

 

vTiger CRM

Read more about vTiger CRM here.

 

Xoops

Read more about Xoops here.