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    Help me please, maybe you have the same question with me!

    Hello, I want to ask a question about CMS tool, here it means Content Management System tool.
    Just tell me which one do you know is most popular please?
    A. DotNetNuke
    B. Joomla
    C. Mambo
    D. PHPNuke
    E. Typo3
    F. Other

    Any your answer will be helpful to me! Thank u for ur vote!!

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    Ee

    I here very good things about pMachine's ExpressionEngine; however, while the--stripped down--core version can be downloaded for free, a full-featured personal version would cost you little less than $100, whereas the ones you mention are mostly free open source ones.

    I have no experience with any of those, but I understood Mambo is known for it's not-so-standards-oriented markup, and the reviews at OpenSourceCMS indicate that PHP-Nuke is not free anymore and Typo3 is overly complex and hard to get started with. Joomla is generally regarded as a good one, and reviews of E107 are generally positive as well (I've heard about this one somewhere else, too).

    When it comes to blogging, I myself am still rather pleased with WordPress.
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    Ronald.
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    Drupal

    In addition, you might want to look into Drupal as well: open source, so free, and seems to be pretty feature-rich. Some users report install problems, but others blaim these on improper server setup; at least it features a flexible tamplating system so the markup can be fully adopted to ones liking.
    It may be more of a developer CMS than a simple to use, turn-key package.
    Regards,
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    I have ever used mambo.

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