Which CMS you think is the best for website building. Liferay - DotNetNuke - Wordpress?

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I am a fan of DNN. Dot net nuke because i find it very easy to design skin [theme] for website. Also we can edit any modules on front end itself. We can create multiple portals, also we can set view permission for particular country or for particular individual. So i feel security, features, modules which i think best in DNN.

I am saying this because i was using wordpress from past 4 years. Let's debate.. :)
 

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Liferay? never heard before
DotNetNuke heard but not used before, what are the features of DotNetNuke?
Wordpress is familiar to me and I've used it on blogs and some my eCommerce websites
So, 1 vote for worddpress :) but note sure it's the best in options you gave out.
 

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I am a fan of DNN. Dot net nuke because i find it very easy to design skin [theme] for website. Also we can edit any modules on front end itself. We can create multiple portals, also we can set view permission for particular country or for particular individual. So i feel security, features, modules which i think best in DNN.

I am saying this because i was using wordpress from past 4 years. Let's debate.. :)
Do you have any sites running with DNN?
Number of your sites using DNN and WP, which is bigger?
 

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Liferay is free open source CMS code written in JAVA. Also DotNetnuke is big hit and big brands and giants company prefer to build the website using DNN such as canon, pfizer, mitsubishi electric etc.

The reason is wordpress is popular but very easy hack unless you have SSL. Also wordpress have lots of free plugins which makes easier to spam by injecting few codes. DNN is simply the best.



Liferay? never heard before
DotNetNuke heard but not used before, what are the features of DotNetNuke?
Wordpress is familiar to me and I've used it on blogs and some my eCommerce websites
So, 1 vote for worddpress :) but note sure it's the best in options you gave out.
 

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Even you get updates for DotNetNuke, Liferay or any other cms. The reason is because wordpress is popular and all most 90% of blogger use wordpress because anyone can install plugins etc. For example when you install wordpress, within 2 months you will start getting spam comments if you have not secured your blog with SSL or with bulletproof security paid plugin.

The reason behind this is, because it is easy for spam bots and hackers to inject the codes through comments forms etc. In India one of the top blogger site was hacked which was build in wordpress.

BTW: I am having dicussion in regards to functions, security, features and user friendly CMS, Give a try to DNN once.:)
 
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Personally I like WordPress, it is widely used and very well supported, you can convert to any site you want with the available plugins.
 

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No doubt wordpress is at the top of the list. Because of lot of community support and free plugins. But as a web designer mostly my clients from australia and US now, they prefer DNN, Liferay.

I think for blogger community everyone prefer wordpress. But for portal development choice is dnn and liferay.
 
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