The Top Five PHP Content Management Systems

by Jason Gilmore

Interested in what PHP has to offer for content management systems? This article introduces you to five powerful CMS solutions and provides real-world examples for each.

The PHP community has made great strides with the content management system (CMS). Intended to facilitate the workflow in a collaborative environment, a CMS is traditionally considered to be ideally suited for managing the writing, editing, and publication of pages, images, and downloadable documents comprising a web site. However, today's CMS solutions are capable of doing so much more, with the PHP community arguably leading the charge towards the availability of impressively sophisticated open source, hybrid open source, and commercial solutions.

In his PHPBuilder.com article, Jason Gilmore examines five prominent PHP-driven content management systems (Drupal, ExpressionEngine, Joomla, SilverStripe, and WordPress), discussing their key features and highlighting prominent deployments.

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The Top Five PHP Content Management Systems

This article was originally published on Friday Feb 19th 2010
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