The battle to use the best technology to fuel up a business is never-ending. One such platform is the Content Management System (CMS), a debate for most of the companies looking to onboard their websites. The three top players among the best CMS platforms in 2020 are WordPress, Drupal and Joomla respectively.
It's been a lot of brain churning to choose between the two platforms as they both offer an array of features to their users. While 36.3% of all the websites are based on WordPress, while Joomla almost as old as WordPress powers nearly to 4.1% active sites across the internet.
The numbers are still not enough to come upon a solution; let's dig out more information.
Here are some factors that can help to select the best one among two CMS platforms.
Ease of use plays a vital role while working with a CMS. Whether you're a newbie or a professional developer, both Joomla and WordPress provide a simple working environment.
When it comes to providing support to its users, WordPress and Joomla open up the door to their large community of developers. Both of them are secure but need some add ons to ensure another layer of security.
Due to its immense popularity, WordPress is prone to hacks but offers updates every 45-60 days, fixing up bugs to secure user data.
Joomla is also hackable but receives fewer updates as compared to WordPress.
Joomla and WordPress put forward their plugins and extensions to allow website owners to manage their SEO performance.
Both Joomla and WordPress provide customization potential for websites with their extensions and plugins, respectively.
Though Joomla provides flexibility in all spheres of website development, especially for customization, WordPress holds the crown for being straightforward, higher-customization standards, and endless content management possibilities. It's the best bet of newbie's or startups who are currently not seeking professional help.