24 Well Known and Best PHP Open Source CMS

Open source content management software system presents an attractive option for companies looking for a straightforward solution to a common problem. However, traditional methods of software selection are less helpful in evaluating open source than commercial software. CMS is an application used to manage news easily so that users can publish, edit and delete articles from the backend admin panel.

If you want to start your own website and you don’t want to spend too much to use a CMS, read this article in which I decided to do a roundup of 24 open source Php content management systems, so that readers who don’t have strong PHP knowledge can easily create their website using free and open source CMS.

Other useful related links:

1. WordPress

WordPress

2. Drupal

Drupal

3. Joomla

Joomla

4. Symphony

Symphony

5. Mambo

Mambo

6. Pimcore

Pimcore

7. Habari

Habari

8. TangoCMS

TangoCMS

9. Exponent CMS

Exponent CMS

10. Contao

Contao

11. TomatoCMS

TomatoCMS

12.  EZPX

EZPX

13. EZ Blog

EZ Blog

14. Ninja Blog

Ninja Blog

15. Serendipity

Serendipity

16. Concrete5

Concrete5

17. MODx

MODx

18. MiaCMS

MiaCMS

19. TYPO3

TYPO3

20. Chyrp

Chyrp

21. FlatPress

FlatPress

22. Elxis CMS

Elxis CMS

23. CMS-es

CMS-es

24. SilverStripe

SilverStripe

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3 thoughts

  1. Interesting. I hadn’t heard of tomato cms. I’ve seen tomato cart, which is a very unique shopping cart software as it has it’s own little OS looking desktop.

    I find the IP address configuration tools displayed on the tomato cms features page to be very interesting indeed! You’d likely need a static IP to utilize the features in the second screenshot setting. Interesting indeed! Thanks for the share.

  2. This is a pretty good list. I agree, WordPress is my favorite as well, although I prefer Joomla over Drupal. Anyway, WordPress makes SEO simple; it takes me about 15 minutes to setup the basic SEO functionality for a new site, and seconds to make changes to existing ones.

  3. Hi, I am a PHP developer.
    I agree with this list. WordPress is amazing.
    Though drupal is a little tougher than joomla (Code Level), but fact is that its a lot more powerfull than joomla.

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