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The Best CMS Software in 2016

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This week, we’re going to take a look at some of the most popular content management systems that have made their way to the top in the past year. Some of the CMS platforms you’re definitely familiar with, some might surprise you, but it’s definitely going to be a tour not to be missed by any web development enthusiast around.

2016’s Top Content Management Platforms

#1: ocPortal

OcPortal

Source: ocportal.com

 

Let’s start with the award-winning ocPortal. This system has taken the gold medal in the 2016 collection of TopTenReviews and you can easily see why. Unlike most content management systems which provide subscription based product upgrades, this platform promises you the complete content management experience without the complex plans.

You got that right.

For $40, you get full access to all the basic tools a content management system should have in order to allow full customization and easy administration. From the hundreds of positive reviews, you can see that it’s definitely a product loved by most web developers. It’s said to be extremely user-friendly and really great to work with.

Check it out here.

#2: WebGUI

Known as one of the best content management systems for small and medium businesses, WebGUI will amaze you with its tools library and unique settings. This CMS will allow you to set each user port according to different personal preferences, such as skill and comfortability level.

WebGui

Source: https://www.dialogic.com/webhelp/BorderNet2020/2.2.0/WebHelp/webgui_ov.htm

But that’s not all that this system provides. It takes one of the first places in online rankings. Another great perk that makes it a prime choice for small businesses and non-profits is that it is an open-source platform that provides a large library of add-ons. The only downside to this one is that it can’t boast about having a well-developed online community or, at least, not as developed as WordPress and other CMS platforms.

Check it out here.

#3: Drupal

Ah, Drupal – the skilled webmaster’s first choice for content management system. Widely known for its handy tools collection, this CMS has been in the top position for years.

Drupal

Source: http://www.arrowhitech.com/

The only thing keeping it from taking the first spot is its complexity. Although it’s one of the most advanced content management platforms out there, it’s not a secret that’s its user-friendliness is keeping the masses away. Nevertheless, it provides a wide range of special tools to please the mastermind web developer in you. With Drupal, you’ll be able to take advantage of various additions, such as project tracking, file distribution, and document management.

Although it’s one of the most advanced content management platforms out there, it’s not a secret that’s its user-friendliness is keeping the masses away. Nevertheless, it provides a wide range of special tools to please the mastermind web developer in you. With Drupal, you’ll be able to take advantage of various additions, such as project tracking, file distribution, and document management.

Check it out here.

#4: Concrete5

We’ve heard a lot about this one over the years but what makes one among the webmasters’ prime choices for content management? One of the reasons Concrete5 has made it to the top is its strong community base.

Concrete 5

Source: http://oshyn.com/

Despite being respectively new to most webmasters, this CMS can proudly brag about its 1500+ templates. This content management system comes with a wide range of add-ons and themes that can be of use to both skilled and newbie web developers. Choose from a broad selection of additional tools, filtered by your preferences, be it skill level or usability. Concere5 is free, although, if you want to take it to the next level, you might want to stack up your library with additional paid tools depending on your needs.

This content management system comes with a wide range of add-ons and themes that can be of use to both skilled and newbie web developers. Choose from a broad selection of additional tools, filtered by your preferences, be it skill level or usability. Concere5 is free, although, if you want to take it to the next level, you might want to stack up your library with additional paid tools depending on your needs.

Check it out here.

#5: MODX

Also known as the developer-friendly CMS, this platform will be your best friend for creating and publishing web content. Unlike most content management systems, MODX will recognize several coding languages and will provide you with the tools you need to manage your website in a simple and neat layout.

ModX

Source: https://modx.com/

A downside you might find disappointing is that this CMS has no website creation wizard and is not made for the common folk. It’s no good for affiliate tracking but will give you a neat canvas to build your web page on. Although MODX might not appeal to most webmasters, it still does a great job providing web developers a quick and fairly easy way to build simple web pages.

Check it out here.

Other honorable mentions.

  1. WordPress
  2. Joomla
  3. Magento

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