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Which CMS System is best


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Maertl

Hello 

i am planing to design and develope a website which looks near like www.ms-webdesign.at

As the design is not like most common designs i would be lucky about some feedback which CMS works best to create such a web site.

 

The site mentioned above is made with Weblication for which a licence is required. I want to use a open source cms.
Please let me know if you have some suggestions for a open source cms.

 

 

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+rdlenk

I am a fan of Umbraco (https://umbraco.com/) which is a good ASP.Net CMS. I like to develop in C# and and not a fan of PHP so tend to avoid Wordpress.

 

Their site tries to get you into the paid "Umbraco Cloud" solution but the actual CMS is free and open source: https://umbraco.com/products/umbraco-cms/

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Premgenius

Magneto, Umbraco, Joomla and Wordpress are for the one's I've seen many use

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