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Advantages and disadvantages of Joomla: Content Management System Program (CMS)

 

Advantages and disadvantages of Joomla Content Management System Program (CMS)

 

      First of all, before we go through Joomla, let’s get to know briefly about CMS. CMS stands for Content Management System. It means the system used to manage and organise website’s content for those who want a website but do not know how to write a program or those who want to have a website equips with content management section. For easy using and adjusting purpose, and cost reduction and developing time decrease as well. And Joomla is one of the famous CMS. 

      Joomla is an OpenSource program used for website management and content adjustment. CMS Joomla is written by PHP coding language and used MySQL to adjust database under the Coopy Right of the GNU General Public License or so called GNU GPL. Users can adjust on their desires or instal extension to enhance website’s performance. For the latest Joomla 3.7, users can specify their own fields, so they are more easy to create and manage multilingual website.

Advantages of Joomla

  1. Free Joomla using 
  2. Easy installation 
  3. Several Templates for using 
  4. Easy content creation and management  
  5. Multiple website users support by grouping 
  6. Stable, safe, and constant updating
  7. Not depending on computers or other softwares 
  8. Countless supports and information on Social Network
  9. Having official Thai developers 
  10. Many additional programs for using

Disadvantages of Joomla

  1. Newbies might get confused with Component, Module, and Plug-in
  2. Some components do not cover all requirements  
  3. Some components do not cover all requirements  

      All in all, Joomla is one of widely renowned CMS such as Word Press, Drupal, Magento, Blogger. Each one has its own benefits and downsides. If you are interested, you can find the most suitable CMS for your desire.