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2014-06-17 18:06:54
Compare DotNetNuke vs mojoportal vs Current Isys CMS
DotNetNukemojoportalCurrent Isys CMSAmetys CMSJoomla!WordPress
Help SystemYesYesNoYesYesYes
API & Tooling Componentization Extension LibraryYesYesNoYesYesYes
Content Storagethe path in the database, and the media in folders.the path in the database, and the media in folders.the path in the database, and the media in folders.the path in the database, and the media in folders.the path in the database, and the media in folders.the path in the database, and the media in folders.
Content HTML EditorWYSIWYG ( the most useful Editor )WYSIWYG ( the most useful Editor )simple editorWYSIWYG ( the most useful Editor )WYSIWYG ( the most useful Editor )WYSIWYG ( the most useful Editor )
Modular and extensibleYesYesNoYesYesYes
Database Management and IntegrationYesYesYesYesYes (in MySQL)Yes (in MySQL)
SecurityYesYes more secure than dotnetnukeNoYesYes Modules for security can be addedYes but joomla is more secure when adding security modules
SearchYesYesNoYesYesYes
Optimized for Performance and SpeedYes but not in custom modificationsYes- Info not availableYesYesYes
Permission based user managementYesYesYes Not workingYesYesYes
server requirementsdotnet framework, SQL Serverdotnet framework, SQL Serverdotnet framework, SQL Serverapache server, MySQLapache server, MySQLapache server, MySQL
Page specific meta tagsYesYesNoYesYesYes
Templates-Supports custom designYesYesNoYesYesYes
Ease of useNoYesYesYes Microsoft Word-like interfaceYesYes
Ability to preview your workYesYesNoYesYesYes
Navigation/page managementYesYesYesYesYesYes
SEOYesYesNoYesYesYes
User ExperienceI have used it for internal sites, and external sites for both small and large companies. You'll have thousands of pre-built modules and skins available, plus readily available documentation and support (plus several books specifically for DotNetNuke as well) for developing your own skins and modules.After installing MojoPortal I felt very comfortable with it. It is really straight forward no fuss CMS. Performance was really impressive with all the all the modules I needed for the website. I also created a new module just to test how hard it is….it wasn’t.I have some issue during the installation (.net framework 2,the connection string stored in multiple way it was a little ambiguous. during testing i found - user management not working correctly. - tasks shows the log for the admin for all users. - the CMS contains only Arabic and English, although Arabic not working (how to add other languages?).Ametys surprised me by its simplicity. The tool is very simple to install and easy to handle. There are many modules available and interface is really nice and intuitive. Ametys is multisites, manage blogs in the same platform. Yes I recommend it :)Joomla is not very complicated as far as the usage is concerned and moreover the installation of the script is fairly easy as well. As far as the administration is concerned, it is very graphical and intuitive. Moreover, the theme selection is pretty impressive as well. but its built on Php not .NetWordpress is not very complicated as far as the usage is concerned and moreover the installation of the script is fairly easy as well. As far as the administration is concerned, it is very graphical and intuitive. Moreover, the theme selection is pretty impressive as well. but its built on Php not .Net Wordpress does a great job with blogs but not for general site (Company website, Events, Advertising, etc).
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