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WordPress is a website and blog creation and publishing platform with tools for aesthetic designing, visitor tracking, content...

Joomla is an open-source content management system (CMS) which allows users to build websites & online applications, with...

  • Platforms supported
  • Web-based
  • iPhone app
  • Android app
  • Windows Phone app
  • Typical customers
  • Freelancers
  • Small businesses
  • Mid size businesses
  • Large enterprises
  • Customer support
  • Phone
  • Online
  • Knowledge base
  • Video tutorials
  • Platforms supported
  • Web-based
  • iPhone app
  • Android app
  • Windows Phone app
  • Typical customers
  • Freelancers
  • Small businesses
  • Mid size businesses
  • Large enterprises
  • Customer support
  • Phone
  • Online
  • Knowledge base
  • Video tutorials

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Pricing

Starting from

4

Per month

  • Free trial available
  • Credit cardless trial
  • Free account
  • Subscription based

Starting from

199

/user

  • Free trial available
  • Credit cardless trial
  • Free account
  • Subscription based

User reviews

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85%
would recommend this app

Pros

Great solution to build landing pages / small & big websites with low budget - but if you got the money the results will be amazing.
If you are a person who has many thoughts that you would like to publish or perhaps you like fashion and want to show that interest, then WorldPress is your best friend.
WordPress is really an amazing content management system, that allows you to build stunning and amazing websites within few hours.

Pros

The ease of deployment is one of the best benefits. You can even auto-install it in most servers.
Easy to install, the WYSIWYG editor is good for starters and professionals. Joomla is open Source, popular and supported.
Joomla is a stable solution that has been around for many years and continues to get better and developed by the strong Joomla community.

Cons

We've found ourselves stalled out badly with problems at times because a theme or plugin had terrible support.
The biggest problem with WordPress is the lack of understanding that it is a blog software.
As a result, I'm forced to disapprove and delete spam comments individually, and when you get hundreds of these kind of spam comments each week, you can imagine that it can be frustrating.

Cons

This tool was a threat to our profits because of those technical variants. There are so many conflicting help files and out of date tutorials, the tool has become a victim of it's own complexity.
I dislike that the PayPal plugin for it fails too frequently. I dislike that there's a color change line in the body of the web page for no good reason (light blue to a slightly darker blue).
Compatibility with certain software packages and hardware due to highly possible dishonest and cowardly development protocols from OTHER COMPANIES.
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Key features

  • Total features48
  • Access Controls/Permissions
  • Activity Dashboard
  • Asset Library
  • Asset Sharing
  • Audio File Management
  • Auto Update
  • Categorization/Grouping
  • Collaboration Tools
  • Commenting/Notes
  • Content Management
  • Content Publishing Options
  • Content Sharing
  • Customizable Branding
  • Customizable Templates
  • Data Import/Export
  • Design Management
  • Document Classification
  • Document Management
  • Document Storage
  • Drag & Drop
  • Electronic Forms
  • Email Management
  • File Management
  • Full Text Search
  • Image Editing
  • Image Library
  • Landing Pages/Web Forms
  • Multi-Language
  • Multimedia Support
  • Online Booking Tools
  • Online Store Builder
  • Performance Metrics
  • Post Management
  • Post Scheduling
  • Pre-built Templates
  • Real Time Editing
  • Reporting/Analytics
  • SEO Management
  • Search/Filter
  • Social Media Integration
  • Social Promotion
  • Subscription Management
  • Survey Builder
  • Template Management
  • Text Editing
  • User Management
  • Version Control
  • Video Support
  • Visitor Tracking
  • Visual Analytics
  • WYSIWYG Editor
  • Website Analytics
  • Website Hosting
  • Website Management
  • Total features24
  • Access Controls/Permissions
  • Activity Dashboard
  • Asset Library
  • Asset Sharing
  • Audio File Management
  • Auto Update
  • Categorization/Grouping
  • Collaboration Tools
  • Commenting/Notes
  • Content Management
  • Content Publishing Options
  • Content Sharing
  • Customizable Branding
  • Customizable Templates
  • Data Import/Export
  • Design Management
  • Document Classification
  • Document Management
  • Document Storage
  • Drag & Drop
  • Electronic Forms
  • Email Management
  • File Management
  • Full Text Search
  • Image Editing
  • Image Library
  • Landing Pages/Web Forms
  • Multi-Language
  • Multimedia Support
  • Online Booking Tools
  • Online Store Builder
  • Performance Metrics
  • Post Management
  • Post Scheduling
  • Pre-built Templates
  • Real Time Editing
  • Reporting/Analytics
  • SEO Management
  • Search/Filter
  • Social Media Integration
  • Social Promotion
  • Subscription Management
  • Survey Builder
  • Template Management
  • Text Editing
  • User Management
  • Version Control
  • Video Support
  • Visitor Tracking
  • Visual Analytics
  • WYSIWYG Editor
  • Website Analytics
  • Website Hosting
  • Website Management

Integrations

  • Total integrations1236
  • AWeber
  • ActiveCampaign
  • Adobe Commerce
  • Authorize.Net
  • BigCommerce
  • Google Analytics 360
  • HubSpot CRM
  • Instagram
  • Mailchimp
  • Meta for Business
  • PayPal
  • Salesforce Sales Cloud
  • ShipStation
  • Shopify
  • Slack
  • Stripe
  • Twitter
  • WooCommerce
  • WordPress
  • Zapier
  • Total integrations180
  • AWeber
  • ActiveCampaign
  • Adobe Commerce
  • Authorize.Net
  • BigCommerce
  • Google Analytics 360
  • HubSpot CRM
  • Instagram
  • Mailchimp
  • Meta for Business
  • PayPal
  • Salesforce Sales Cloud
  • ShipStation
  • Shopify
  • Slack
  • Stripe
  • Twitter
  • WooCommerce
  • WordPress
  • Zapier

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  • Likelihood to recommend9/10

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Excellent Themes, Quick Start Features, Ample Plugins, Good Support

Reviewed 5 years ago

Quick deployment of website. Redeployment of Joomla site.

Pros

Easily to understand and deploy. There are two major environments WordPress.com and WordPress.org. WordPress.com is a hosted site that handles all the infrastructure. You just need to create the site. WordPress.org is self-hosted. You need to deal with the infrastructure yourself. WordPress.com is well-priced. The WordPress.com support is excellent and worth the price by itself. Thousands of themes are available for any type of business or personal use. Hundreds of plugins are available for most addons you may need.

Cons

The plugins are free in most cases. Some of the offerings are of lower quality than others. Some are not supported as well as others. You need to try out the options and pick the highest quality and adequately supported. WordPress.com support is quick and effective on week days. The weekends are bit less effective. This is somewhat understandable, but we live in a 24x7 world. I do most of my development work after midnight and on the weekends. I don't think I am in a minority these days.

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  • Likelihood to recommend8/10

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Have all that is needed

Reviewed 2 years ago

Great platform with lots of possibilities

Pros

Easy to migrate from joomla, lot of free plugins...

Cons

Plugins for working with db tables are to expencive

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  • Likelihood to recommend10/10

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Made me switch from Joomla

Reviewed 5 years ago

I was using Joomla on many sites for years, and did not mind the complicated admin area. However, I tried WordPress again on a test site and quickly found that the apps were better and/or free. Theme are great, site speed is fine.

Pros

Easy to use admin area, easy to post content

Cons

Some parts of Joomla were easier for adding images and galleries.

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  • Likelihood to recommend9/10

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So far the best tool to set up a website

Reviewed 3 years ago
Pros

Especially for beginners Joomla is very easy to handle. Very intuitive tool.

Cons

For beginners it can be sometimes difficult to customize the website. But in general it is the best tool we have used to customize websites.

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  • Likelihood to recommend7/10

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Wordpress - Not (just) for beginners

Reviewed 2 years ago

WordPress took the place of Joomla for me. Joomla is another feature-rich content management platform, but it has the drawbacks associated with open-sourced platforms: lots of cooks and no real chef. WordPress while also open-sourced, seems more mainstream corporate. It was easier for me to get up and running than with Joomla.

Pros

WordPress is a comprehensive web content management platform. From simple blogs to complex framed and interactive pages with interconnections, WordPress can do it for you.

Cons

It can be easy to become overwhelmed by the options and depth available. Finding a new (to me) feature and learning how to use it can sometimes get in the way of my productivity.

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  • Likelihood to recommend5/10

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Prefer Joomla

Reviewed 3 years ago
Pros

Relatively user friendly. Can be fairly powerful if you know what you're doing.

Cons

Just not what i'm used to. I'm very familiar with Joomla and prefer it instead.

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  • Likelihood to recommend10/10

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WordPress

The go to CMS for webstes

Reviewed 2 years ago

Always been good and so much more logical than other CMS (i.e. Joomla & Drupal).

Pros

There is so much you can do with Wordpress - just need to ensure you get your web developer skills up to speed but so many add ons you can purchase if you don't have these skills.

Cons

It is getting better and blocks I think will make it easier for some end users. It can be quite daunting but most of my clients find it very user friendly once they give it the time and energy.

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  • Likelihood to recommend10/10

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Great app for web building

Reviewed 4 years ago

I have built numerous websites with WordPress and I have found it much better than Joomla!

Pros

Lots of third party plugins, lots of third party themes

Cons

Sometimes there is a lack of documentation on the third party plugins.

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  • Likelihood to recommend10/10

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Easy to learn

Reviewed 2 years ago

I find that WordPress is pretty complete. WP is also easy to learn if you look at videos and read a bit, meaning you don't have to go through a course.

Pros

I have been working with Joomla and WordPress for a few years now and I must say how practical WP is. The community has been so large and so available to answer questions on little troubles or questions you could have about creating or maintaining a website, very practical I must say. While not knowing code at all, I can move around WP to try different ways to use Widgets or play around the menu to customize your website with ease. I use AVADA Builder on WordPress for my websites.

Cons

I’ve had little problems with unpublishing some pages, I know there is a way to do that, but it’s much harder than on Joomla, where you just have to click publish or unpublish. But for the rest I think WordPress is much user friendly compared with Joomla.

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  • Likelihood to recommend10/10

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Handsdown Winner is Always Wordpress

Reviewed a month ago

Absolutely the best possible experience I could have ever had. Good thing I didn't focus on Joomla.

Pros

There is way too much to try to explain everything I like about Wordpress. I'll put it this way, I'd never EVER try to build a new website or manage any content online without using Wordpress. The day I don't use Wordpress is the day I retire.

Cons

There is nothing that I can come up with for a dislike.

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  • Likelihood to recommend9/10

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Wordpress

Reviewed 4 years ago
Pros

I have used Joomla and Wordpress, with its extensions, is far the best way to create an site for business.

Cons

It can be an resource hog if installing locally and I wish the UI was more fluid like an Material design.

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  • Likelihood to recommend10/10

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Best CMS available

Reviewed 4 years ago

I am big fan of wordpress. I have 7 years of experience as a developer and No CMS can match Wordpress till yet

Pros

I have worked in many CMS including Joomla and Drupal. Wordpress simplicity and ease to do thing Kill all others.

Cons

I dont like critics who compare this with other complex CMS and say negative, just cause this is so simple and they dont know the right way to do so.

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Easiest Software to Hack

Reviewed 2 years ago

Easy to put up a blog, yet difficult to keep it from being hacked. I prefer Joomla for security.

Pros

While easy to setup a blog or website with WordPress, the headaches of the constant barrage of hacks make WordPress not top-of-mind for me when wanting a website.

Cons

The weekly plugins or maintenance that needs to be done to keep the website safe from hackers and cyber attacks.

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  • Likelihood to recommend10/10

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Gods Gift To Open Source

Reviewed 6 years ago

Been using WordPress for many years. Started with Joomla, tried to switch to Drupal, went back to the WordPress.

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  • Likelihood to recommend9/10

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Best content management software for small business

Reviewed 2 years ago

Overall I consider Wordpress as most convenient content management system. I have used previously Joomla and it's much easier to work with Wordpress.

Pros

With Wordpress its easy to start web page or blog that looks professional and at the same time can be customized using plethora of free plugins.

Cons

Wordpress antyspam plugins can become overreactive and block comments that are valuable. It's recommended to check spam comments from time to time in order to check if real comments were not classified as spam.

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  • Likelihood to recommend10/10

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We use WordPress for all our company sites

Reviewed 4 years ago
Pros

We have tried Joomla and HTML sites and WordPress outstrips them all for ease of use and functionality. There are so many plugins for customizability.

Cons

They are not the fastest websites, which is a significant drawback.

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  • Likelihood to recommend8/10

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WordPress

Create websites in minutes.

Reviewed 4 years ago

It's really much better than the available alternatives i.e. Drupal and Joomla. Plus we're also lil uncertain about the WP 5.2 version.

Pros

It's damn simple and easy create and launch your website. As we're business plan users so we also got free domain and SSL Cert. Secondly, as everything is cloud based so you need to waste money in hosting and creating backups.

Cons

With every update from Plugin or Theme there's a new conflict which is really disheartning for us. As there's no option with us except disabling all the plugins to check the issue or change the theme. Secondly, there's very limited scope of help being provided by the WP Support team.

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  • Likelihood to recommend9/10

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Makes Website Management Available for even the least technical

Reviewed 4 years ago

We moved from Joomla to Wordpress, and it has been life-changing. It is SO super easy to use, with less technical knowledge required.

Pros

I like how I do not have to be super technical to create and manage our company website.

Cons

There are some things you do have to have some technical knowledge to do, however there are tons of resources to help get you through.

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  • Likelihood to recommend10/10

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WordPress

Get Ready to Publish Yourself!

Reviewed 4 years ago

I like wordpress more then any other programs like Joomla etc. I recommend every beginner webmaster to start with Wordpress's easy to use interface.

Pros

Wordpress is premade and very easy to use application for webmasters. It is very common program that has wonderful features that are easy to install. Various of plugins are avaible to upgrade and customizable for your works.

Cons

Wordpress makes your website slower then you expected. Most of plugins has a free versions but free versions are not completely enough to answer your requests.

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  • Likelihood to recommend10/10

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Beginner to WordPress

Reviewed 6 years ago

I have been using wordpress for 3 months now and for a tech guy with no word press experience it was easy to learn all features quite fast and get my self to almost pro level.

Pros

You can make anything and have a lot of control over your website functionality and performance

Cons

Platform has been made to make money ! So you have to install almost any feature, not like joomla where you have a lot of functions already there...

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  • Likelihood to recommend10/10

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Excellent open Source software

Reviewed 4 years ago

Love being able to setup a website this quickly without making it a cookie cutter

Pros

It's a web application that can expand anyone's possibilities in building a website. what is possible with php and MySQL becomes more possible without learning the codes. I like that I can build a great custom website with this one web application for free

Cons

It's a little hard to find the appropriate settings in the software as I was more familiar with Joomla. Plugins are not as easy to work with

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  • Likelihood to recommend10/10

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Single Platform for all Business Portals

Reviewed 4 years ago

I have used Joomla CMS for new portal, Pligg, Drupal but eventually WordPress was the one which had great community support and hence remained my first choice.

Pros

Support and Huge user-base is the most awesome thing about WordPress. Started using it as blogging platform some 11 years ago but now I use it extensively as a platform for web magazine, Shopping cart (thanks for WooCommerce) and Product website. I am no developer but still able to deploy and use it without any hassle. Even slight modifications can be implemented with ease thanks to responsive community support.

Cons

I cannot even think of any. WordPress has come a long way becoming the most powerful CMS I've ever known.

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  • Likelihood to recommend10/10

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Wordpress - the easiest and best tool to create blogs

Reviewed 4 years ago

As a professional web developer Wordpress is my go to tool for blogs or small sites, anything larger I go to Joomla. I suggest wordpress for anywone who asks

Pros

- very easy to use - powerfull - very large user base - built for blogs - many plugins - frequent security updated

Cons

- not good at handling very large amounts of content. The system was built for blogs and that is what it is good at, when you start to run large forums etc the database gets very slow

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  • Likelihood to recommend10/10

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Look no further WordPress is it.

Reviewed 2 years ago

Have built well over 500 websites using WordPress - working on 5 more right now, will use it into the future.

Pros

I have used WordPress for almost 15 years, gave Drupal and Joomla a chance in the beginning and Webflow an opportunity just recently. Will continue using WP well into the future.

Cons

No cons whatsoever, if there is something you don't like - write the code and update it yourself or pay someone else to do it.

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  • Likelihood to recommend10/10

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Web Standard for the Non-Techie

Reviewed 4 years ago
Pros

The best part of WP is that the updates are in-place and do not necessarily scare you into thinking you need to download the database and such (although it is always a good idea because you never know). This platform is the easiest of the modern web platforms to maintain and update and the free (and paid) widgets are plentiful.

Cons

If you are familiar with other platforms such as Joomla, you will find that WP is a bit less customizable without a thorough knowledge of how the template is structured.

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  • Likelihood to recommend4/10

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Joomla

Joomla is making a comeback!

Reviewed 2 years ago

I like Joomla! and I see more people are using it, looking forward to rediscovering it!

Pros

Joomla! is cool and I have enjoyed using it in the past. - Free to deploy - Good features - Good functionality

Cons

Usually deploying wordpress wins because it is easier to collaborate with / find WordPress developers

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  • Likelihood to recommend6/10

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Joomla

Good CMS but I'm sticking with Wordpress

Reviewed 4 years ago
Pros

This CMS is a great option if you are creating a social network or community-driven site -and/or you have a bunch of different authors creating content.

Cons

Joomla is quite a bit more complicated than Wordpress without a ton of advantages over wordpress.

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  • Likelihood to recommend8/10

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Joomla

Good platform for Web Development

Reviewed 3 years ago

Overall good!

Pros

It's good platform for Website building. The best thing is that it is not much complicated. Easy to use. The file uploading is smooth. It has very good flexibility. Cool like wordpress.

Cons

As wordpress is more popular. According to client's demand, we go for choosing wordpress. Hence is the availability of Free plugins and themes is limited as compared to wordpress.

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Joomla

Similar to WordPress but worse

Reviewed 4 years ago

It was great for a while until WordPress came along, now we just use WordPress!

Pros

It is relatively easy to use, there's a lot of documentation online and most importantly: it's free!

Cons

The overall experience is just not as great as some of the other free alternatives out there (for exemple WordPress). There's less documentation, the interface isn't as modern and intuitive, etc... All around, making a website with Joomla! is just more challenging...

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  • Likelihood to recommend6/10

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Joomla

Versatile content management system

Reviewed 9 months ago
Pros

Joomla allowed us to manage a full-fledged website and web forms. We were able to automate several processes using Joomla.

Cons

Joomla is just fading away in comparison with WordPress. Joomla isn't as easy as WordPress for end-users to update websites.

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  • Likelihood to recommend8/10

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Joomla

Good Content Management System with an attractive user-friendly interface

Reviewed 4 years ago

Managing a personal lifestyle blog on Joomla platform.

Pros

Joomla provides the plethora of plugin which adds the number of functionalities into the website. Pretty handle to arrange huge articles with single clicks.

Cons

Joomla is not much customizable like as Wordpress. Joomla is lacking in smart features when it compared with the Wordpress and Drupal.

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Joomla was Good but Now its worst as Easy Options are available

Reviewed 4 years ago

Joomla was good when wordpress was least popular. There were 3 CMS ruling the Market ( Wordpress, Joomla and Drupal ) but now a days Wordpress is only king. Rest of the CMS are just struggling.

Pros

- CMS features to manage the Content - CMS security

Cons

- Complex Coding - Customization is way more difficult - Limited Support - Limited Extension Library

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Joomla

I used to use Joomla until I switch to Wordpress

Reviewed 2 years ago

I have used it for my projects, but I lately switch to Wordpress, that is smoother, lighter and it's community grew big.

Pros

At the time, I liked it that Joomla has many modules and customization options. I could make my webpage look great and full of functionality just playing with the themes, options and modules.

Cons

I switched to wordpress as my main CMS because I felt Joomla was very heavy and slow for what I needed, and wordpress is the inverse.

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  • Likelihood to recommend9/10

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Joomla

Good platform for developing blogs

Reviewed 2 years ago
Pros

Easy to do blogging, easy to upload downloaded templates and allow users to modify its code base.

Cons

Sometime I feel pretty heavier than wordpress and drupal

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  • Likelihood to recommend9/10

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Joomla

Interesting web design tool

Reviewed 3 years ago
Pros

You can create a professional website at a low cost, and little programming knowledge

Cons

You need a lot more programming knowledge compared to WordPress

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Joomla

Joomla - Not Your Average, Boring CMS

Reviewed 9 months ago

Ugly websites be gone!

Pros

I love all CMS (Content Management Systems) for their structure...

Cons

WordPress is superior by far... I work with various CMS daily...

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  • Ease of use
  • Features
  • Customer support
  • Likelihood to recommend7/10

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Joomla

Joomla is a slick beast that performs if you have some skills

Reviewed a year ago

I loved Joomla and was using it to build all my sites for years before I finally gave in to the hype and decided to give Wordpress a try to see what all the hype was about and it was much more user friendly but I still find Joomla to be the beast for the build if your building a big project!!

Pros

I was a Joomla fan long before I was a Wordpress fan, then I discovered how much easier Wordpress was, but if you want to build something big and complex Joomla seems to be able to pull it off much better in my opinion and much faster than Wordpress.

Cons

The templates could be repetitive and corporate

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  • Ease of use
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  • Customer support
  • Likelihood to recommend6/10

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Joomla

Reliable Open Source CMS

Reviewed 3 years ago
Pros

It's clean, and pretty easy to learn. When introducing people to CMS, there shouldn't be a ton of intimidation, as CMS makes it possible for the Average Joe to act as a Web Pro, right? :) Joomla is very intuitive. It's been around a good while, so the open-source community is established when it comes to support.

Cons

It's not necessarily a con about Joomla, but once you've worked with WordPress, nothing really compares. I wouldn't discourage someone from using Joomla, but I would encourage them to check into WordPress first.