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    Found Joomla much easier to skin than Drupal the template was much easier to customise and more online tutorials on how to go about customising. Both have plenty of bolt-ons and good support, its worth looking for the modules you need for both before making any decisions as you can always purchase a skin and customise fine tweaks to get it to look the way you want.

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    I would go with 1) Wordpress 2) Drupal 3) Joomla

    Drupal is the best but you will need a good coder.

    Wordpress is easier as there plenty of free templates and plugins.

    Joomla has nice skins but the backend is not user friendly.

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    Well I think Joomla is answer for your all questions, Actually I am using Joomla CMS and I believe in this in terms on user knowledge. It is very friendly with user and easy to adding content, meta tag, adding more pages etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aayati View Post
    Found Joomla much easier to skin than Drupal the template was much easier to customise and more online tutorials on how to go about customising. Both have plenty of bolt-ons and good support, its worth looking for the modules you need for both before making any decisions as you can always purchase a skin and customise fine tweaks to get it to look the way you want.
    Quote Originally Posted by royking View Post
    Well I think Joomla is answer for your all questions, Actually I am using Joomla CMS and I believe in this in terms on user knowledge. It is very friendly with user and easy to adding content, meta tag, adding more pages etc.
    Joomla is better for the web designer and the templates look better.

    Drupal is better for the programmer and has better site configuration options for creating menus for robust site architecture for a large website. It also easy to add new page segments using "blocks". This is a better option if you are planning to build out a small micro site at a latter date.

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