Top 3 Most Popular Content Management Systems (CMS) for Website Development

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There are lots of Content Management Systems available in the market for website development but some of them are most popular because of  their convenient and easy to use tools.

Here I am going to summarize the top 3 most popular  CMSs. The top three, WordPress, Joomla!, and Drupal, are pretty unarguably the best CMSs out there. These CMSs has good combination of support, features, and ease-of-use.


WordPress is he most used CMS in the world. Because it’s open source, there’s no license fee required to use it, even for commercial sites. It is backed by a powerful and dedicated developer community. So you can’t call up customer service if you have an issue. Technical experience is not necessary in wordpress, it’s intuitive and easy to get a simple site set up quickly. It’s easy to paste text from a Microsoft Word document into a WordPress site.


Joomla! is a free and open source content management system (CMS) designed to assist users in building websites and other online applications. The Joomla open source CMS has an intuitive management interface to control all the features and functionality this powerful CMS possesses. There are hundreds of free extensions written for Joomla that allows users to extend its functionality and customize it to their own objectives. Joomla Content Management System is supported by a large and friendly community where newbies could really rely on assistance from more experienced members.


Drupal CMS used to make many of the websites and applications you use every day. It has great standard features, like easy content authoring, reliable performance, and excellent security along with flexibility and modularity. It is also open source CMS means anyone can download, use, work on, and share it with others. Drupal goes even deeper into the architecture of the content management system itself, and because of how widely adapted it is to professional coding standards, a lot of developer has adapted to Drupal as their primary content management platform. Thousands of members participate in daily forum discussions, meaning that finding support for Drupal is really not a problem, rather a question of whether you really need help or are there resources available that can solve your problem without having to visit the community forums.

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