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33 Popular Content Management systems

Posted by webdesigncut on June 1st, 2010 in CMS, Website design.
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If you want to update your website yourself content management system is the way to go .There are many CMS out there among them i have shortlisted some of the most popular and effective Content management systems

Jogango:5 minutes from now your mobile site will be on the air, Jag it now and Go

Joomla: Believed to be the most powerful, diverse open source cms in the world.

LightCMS: The friendly CMS for web designers. LightCMS is a content management system for web designers. Design sites, upload them to our content management system, and deploy world-class websites your clients can manage themselves.

Magento: Next generation eCommerce. Open source, freely available, and seriously kicks ass.

ModX: The AJAX CMS for today. And tomorrow. MODx is an open source PHP Application Framework that helps you take control of your online content. It empowers developers and advanced users to give as much control as desired to whomever they desire for day-to-day website content maintenance chores.

PrestShop is professional-grade e-Commerce shopping cart software that you can download, install, and use for free!

Radiant: CMS built on Ruby.

Introducing Reflect :a hosted website solution that allows web designers and their clients to easily create and manage websites. Through a seamless content management system, Reflect bridges the gap between the high costs of a custom solution and the low customization of an off-the-shelf system.

SchoolRack: Create a free teacher website to keep students and parents informed outside of the classroom.

Shopit: Get your free social commerce storefront

TeamSnap: Manage your sports team, online.

Blogger: Hosted blogging platform.

BricaBox: The New Publishing Platform. BricaBox lets you make a website about the stuff you know, make, organize, and collaborate on with the people you know.


ClickCMS: imagine being able to update and change your website content when YOU want to…not having to wait for your web developer to do it for you.

Clickbooq is an easy-to-use website creation, management, and hosting solution developed exclusively for professional photographers like you.

Doodlekit is an online FREE website builder that helps you build a personal or business website.

Drupal: Believed to be the best, most powerful CMS available.

Ekklesia 360 is the next generation Content Management System. Learn how we can deliver more than a website, we help ministries and churches do ministry online.

Flying Cart: Create an Online Store

Frog CMS simplifies content management by offering an elegant user interface, flexible templating per page, simple user management and permissions, as well as the tools necessary for file management.


Gelato is a tumblelog CMS built on AJAX, PHP, and MySQL

Moodle is a course management system (CMS) – a free, Open Source software package designed using sound pedagogical principles, to help educators create effective online learning communities.

Pagety is somewhere between a CMS and a hosting platform.Actually, it’s both a CMS and a hosting platform, because there’s no need to separate the two.

Pligg is a CMS for building social networking sites

Shopify: Your very own e-commerce store.


With Triggit y ou can seamlessly add pictures, videos, advertisements, and much more to your page in seconds.

Tuplix: Casual website authoring for any site anywhere

WordPress: Believed to be the best blogging platform in the world. Open source and free. Hosted and non-hosted versions available, non-hosted recommended.

ELgg:is yet another useful CMS of today

uShops is the online channel for individuals and businesses who want to increase their profits, reach new customers and speed business growth.

Weebly: Create your website. Fast. Easy. Now.

Symphony: XML/XSL Flexible CMS. Symphony is a web publishing system made for web developers. It gives you all the power and flexibility you’ll need, while keeping out of your way.


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