本帖由 frankjonas 于 2009-03-25 发布。版面名称：Joomla 综合交流
Is joomla the best CMS out there?
in my opinion, it 's very handful and easy to use than almost the rest of CMSes
ExpressionEngine the best ))))
so , sinyak what do you mean by ExpressionEngine?
I definitely recommend it. I have been using for 3 years. You will be pleased. But 1.5 version is little slower than 1.0 versions.
Don't forget Drupal.
Following is a useful article, worth to read.
Joomla and Drupal - Which One is Right for You?
During the last few months we've had a lot of clients who are very technically knowledgeable and coming to us to find out more after picking up on the buzz around CMS systems and Drupal and Joomla in particular.
With the upcoming releases of Drupal 5.0 and Joomla 1.5, both systems are poised to make a big leap forward. However those launches may not happen for several months and many companies need to make a decision now, balancing the pros-and-cons of both solutions.
After talking and developing answers for several clients, we decided to put all we'd written into one document to help other people with this decision. Some disclaimers before we start:
This is not an Drupal vs Joomla discussion, but an open acknowledgement that each choice is appropriate for different sites. Sometimes we have to tell clients that neither will work for what they want.
This is not a comprehensive list. Please feel free to tell us what we've missed or where we are wrong. Add your own thoughts via the link at the bottom of the form, or simply post a comment.
Joomla and Drupal
Joomla [-]Drupal [-]Community Features
Community Builder. A solid component, but one that really needs an SEF extension to enable Youtube-style URLs.
Very impressive. Users can form groups and expansion of the registraion form is native to Drupal.Shopping Cart
Joomla has Virtuemart and an integration of OSCommerce, both of which beat Drupal's ecommerce addon. Use OSCommerce if you need multicurrency options or if you have a payment gateway not supported by VM
Not recommended as it lacks tax and currency options. However, watch out for Ubercart which looks promising.SEO
Poor out of the box. OpenSEF is OK and improving fast. SEF Advance is roughly comparable quality but costs 50 Euros. Code is not very well adapted for SEO.
The out-of-the-box URLs work well and can be improved with one easy addon. The code is generally lightweight and well-optimised.Forums
Use Joomla with Simple Machines Forum, which is the path taken by Joomla.org. Joomlaboard integrates natively to Joomla but lacks many key features.
A native and very smooth forum, but lacking in the high end features of the best modern forums. VbDrupal is the best way to avoid this (a Drupal Vbulletin hack)Multimedia
Yes, plenty of podcast and video options.
Yes - Drupal Video and podcast options also available.Photo Galleries
Yes. The best are integrations with Gallery2 and the Flash gallery Expose.
Has a default module and a Gallery2 integration.Event Calendars
Several native plug-ins and integrations.
Not great. There are options but they are far behind those available for Joomla.Template / Themes
Joomla has a wide selection of free and commercial offerings. Once installed they can be assigned to different pages.
Only one commercial developer. Off-the-shelf choices are very poor. Currently, Drupal assumes one template for all pages, although this can be adapted with effort and will 5.0 will allow templates to be assigned according to URL. Developing your own is the best bet.Blogs
Some out-of-the-box capability. A good overview is here. Joomla.org uses a port of Wordpress.
Good capabilities, although not a natural blog in the manner of Wordpress.Document Management
Yes - DocMan.
Not anything worth considering.User Permissions
Some very major forks can work with Joomla, but this is a very poor area. Joomla is very admin-orientated. A small group of people are going to control and run the site. A lot of members can contribute by adding content, forum posts etc. but it is difficult to increase their permissions further.
Drupal wins hands-down. However, you still can't manage single members. You need to add them to a certain group.External Integration
Joomla 1.5 will help greatly with a much improved API and more hooks.
Currently Drupal wins easily with plenty of hooksContent Management
In the core only Section >> Category >> Content is available. That's it. No cross-categorization.
Unlimited categories and subcategories. Also allows for cross-categorization of articles.Multisites Management
Poor, although work on this is progressing. There is however a wealth of useful information on the Joomla forums. Joomla 1.5 promises to be much more thoroughly documented.(Click here for 1.5 documentation.
Not too bad. (Click here for documentation and here for an API reference guideSSL Compatible
Not great. Accessible Joomla is a fork necessary to move Joomla towards compliance. Mambo/Joomla dates from before standards were even considered (1999).
Yes. Excellent out-of-the-box.Internationalization
With Joomfish. Not an easy or straight-forward solution
Yes, Excellent. (via i18n module)Commercial Community
Very strong. Perhaps the best in the Open Source CMS world. Try Try Joomla Yellow Pages or Joomla.org.
Weak. Difficult to find strong Drupal developers in any quantity. Try Drupal.org, Drupal Yellow Pages or Drupalancers.General Community
Great. 100s of extra components available, both commercial and open source. Many companies now offering services.
Good community. Often more non-profit than business driven. Excellent forum support at Drupal.org.Ease-of-use
Joomla has a great graphical interface in separate area of website.
Administrator tasks on the current Drupal version are done via a menu on the frontpage which confuses many. Drupal 5.0 will solve this and also provide an online installer. Still, installing many modules needs technical knowledge.Learning Curve
Shallow. One of the very easiest CMS systems to learn and customize.
A little steeper than Joomla, but still relatively easy to learn.Speed
A default installation of 1.0.11 loads in 0.90 seconds.
A default installation of 1.5 loads in 1.33 seconds. (Scores from http://sitescore.silktide.com)
A default installation loads in 1.05 seconds.
(Score from http://sitescore.silktide.com)Size1.0.11 is 16.4 MB
1.5 is 16.7 MB
Version 5.0 is 2.89 MBCurrent SituationUnclear. When will Joomla 1.5 be out? Which version should people currently buiding sites use? One developer recently warned about relying on any firm deadlines or easy upgrades to the new version.Clear development path. Currently working on Drupal 5. Beta 2 came out at the end of November and a Release Candidate is probably next.OverallJoomla 1.5 will be the crucial leap for the platform paving the way for the resolution of many old limitations. Producing a good-looking site with plenty of functionality is a relatively easy task with Joomla.Drupal is more community-oriented and the current live version is more extensible. That advantage will be greatly shortened once Joomla 1.5 is stable.
Why can't I reply this post? I've post several times and nothing shows up.
Drupal is another good one.
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Good article to read
A very common question from Beginners is whether I should choose Drupal or Joomla or other CMS?
I had to make this tough decision 2 years back and I thank myself everyday for choosing Drupal over other CMS. I am glad I did not quit when I found some things difficult.
Drupal has a superior architecture and very SEO friendly. It can cater to your needs, it can be used for a simple FAQ site or a very large million visitor site.
Here are some Key pros and cons of the two systems.
* Rock solid & high quality platform
* Real multi-site-feature (only one installation for several sites)
* Any Kind of user groups & user permissions, OpenId compliant in Version 6
* Can run membership and community sites, not only CMS etc
* Powerful templating system. Any XHTML or CSS template can be easily converted to Drupal.
* Drupal needs a little time investment to realize all the huge possibilities of Drupal
* Clear, high quality code and API (easy to integrate with other solutions etc)
* Flexibility and no known limitations
* Many high profile sites use Drupal (e.g.: MTV UK, BBC, the Onion, Nasa, Greenpeace UK, New york observer. )
* If you are not techy its good to start
* Easy install & setup with your mouse
* Easy learning curve
* Cannot integrate other scripts etc. to your site
* Generally you cannot create high-end sites, without investing huge amount
* No SEO out of the box, URLs are not search engine friendly.
* Server resources utilization is more compared to drupal
* Only one site per installation
* No Single Log-in to several sites
* No User groups & permissions
* More intuitive administration user interface
* Some polished modules for things like calendars, polls, etc.
* Modules cost you money
* Drupal can work with MySQL and Postgres while Joomla is known to support only MySQL
* Drupal can work with Apache or IIS while Joomla is known to support only Apache
* Joomla support SSL logins and SSL pages. Drupal not known to support it.
* Drupal has free add on for Workflow management. Joomla not known to have one.
* Drupal has inbuilt Translation manager. Joomla has a Free ad on for the same
* Drupal has more granular priviledge managment
* Drupal has iCal support [Add on] , Joomla not known to have one.
* Drupal is XHTML Complaint. Joomla not known to be one.
* Drupal has excellent versioning and Audit trail which Joomla lacks
@Smellbee - ExpressionEngine is a CMS made by Ellislab: goto expressionengine.com
It's not really for social networks but is great for blogging, or as a publishing platform. (NB you CANT use it so that people automatically can make their own - 'hosted' - blog)
It has really good security - better than Drupal or Joomla I think. You can use whatever layout you like. SEO-friendly urls out of the box (not this /node/ thing like Drupal). Customise your workflow with article statuses - build your own.
It's very flexible. The full versions are not free but you can dl a 'lite' version to use for personal projects.
It's really worth a try. Soon they will release v2.0 which will be even more awesome.
I found this, which describes the difference between Drupal, Joomla and EE :
"Imagine a CMS like Drupal or Joomla as Lego Duplo, while ExpressionEngine is regular Lego. With Duplo, if you want an elephant, you grab the elephant shaped Duplo. With Lego you can build as many different kinds of elephants as you can imagine and figure out how to build. That’s EE."
I just discovered true diamond - www.concrete5.org
It's first CMS of this kind - it's 100% visual and also the easiest one. Give it 5 minutes and you're going to fall in love with it
Pues conmigo :x_x:todo hiba muy bien hasta que me di cuenta de que lascuentas y algunas extensiones importantes carecen de adaptabilidad para el idioma español
[lang=fr]Il est plutôt facile d'utilisation ce qui est un plus[/lang]
I liked the lego refrence
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