Choosing the Content Management System that is the best for you“Best” is a relative term, and I would like to answer the question weighing in the below factors, not necessarily in order: a.What is the purpose of your website: – Are you planning to write a blog ? – Do you want to create a personal or business portfolio site? -Are yuou looking to create an e-commerce site -A product showcase -Community site or a Forum – A How To or wiki, etc… As you can see, a website can take many forms. Not all CMS’es are suitable for every type of website. For example, Mediawiki (on which Wikipedia runs) is great for a Wiki site but may not be the bext option for a Portfolio site.
Summing it all up:None of the points will individually help answer the question, but as you start answering them, the second of the third or the fourth question may help you filter out your choices. And remember, what is best for “me” might not be your cup of tea. Grav is supposed to be one of the easiest CMS’es to work with, I never had much success with it. I have shared my experience with grav cms in a blog post. This post is a part of series on content management systems that I plan to publish in 2021.
This post was updated on 2020-06-09