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    Benefits of JOOMLA CMS!

    Joomla is an open source Content Management System used for a range of websites and online applications. Among the available free CMSs, Joomla stands out for premium features and unmatched flexibility. This is the platform, that has the power to run a blog, corporate websites or even news website easily. Also, the benfits of joomla over other cms's is really high flexible.
    1) FREE OF COST
    2) EASY TO MANAGE
    3) ATTRACTIVE DESIGNS
    4) MULTIPLE LANGUAGE SUPPORT
    5) SEO FRIENDLY

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    Joomla is a best content management system.It is a framework that allows the publishing, editing, and modifying of content as well as site maintenance from a central page.The various benefits is
    (!)Free of cost
    (2) Large community sport
    (3)Easy to use and manage

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    Joomla have more feature like:- Interesting theme, easy and free of cost available.

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    I always prefer drupal over Joomla. For a very large commercial project, I can see a justification for choosing Drupal. On a big project, most of your expense will be custom development anyway - everything has to be optimized and integrated - so you don't much care one way or another about a myriad of plugins. Drupal is more secure than Joomla and it is a SEO friendly CMS while is not.

    Disadvantages of Joomla:-

    1. Built-in performance pretty sluggish/clunky.
    2. Horrid built-in URLs.
    3. Weak weblog section.
    4. Hard to theme. A Mambo/Joomla site looks like Mambo/Joomla, like it or not.
    5. Crappy built-in SEO. Leading SEO plugin belongs to a very peculiar developer and is encrypted (have fun repairing the SEO plugin, we reverse engineered and decrypted it for our site to make our changes even after paying for it).
    6. Nasty, nasty core code. Very difficult to fix broken items.
    7. Fractured community (never healed after Joomla/Mambo split back in 2006).
    8. Most good plugins are pay.
    9. Rather mediocre developers. Anyone who likes to code in Joomla/Mambo in 2011 ought to see a psychiatrist.
    10. Developer pricing is all over the map as there are many old-school Mambo/Joomla developers still ought there churning out convoluted future-resistant code quite affordable.

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    Some more points I would like to add up :
    JOOMLA offers the platform to design and develop the website
    HTML layout is well formed in this
    meta keywords can be declared

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