newstart wrote:For versatility and multiple creation options the choice would go to WordPress. In addition WordPress is free.
That being said, it depends greatly on your personal criteria. What are your perameters?
essexboyracer wrote:Out of the choices you seem to have, Wordpress. As newstart is hinting at, there is always a 'best tool for the job'. I personally find Wordpress great for a blog and general users to use to update it with posts.
I do however get quicker results using a more traditional CMS for fairly static pages of a site or those requiring a bit of custom programming, this is only down to my personal lack of Wordpress customization experience.
evilla.drazen wrote:I highly recommend you use WordPress. It's features are definitely amazing, it's for free, and it's easy to use!
rob3 wrote:I've built only two WP sites. I prefer Dreamweaver. I hate to see all those years put on the shelf becoming proficient.
Anyway, what do you mean by "more traditional CMS?" What online or software product do you mean?
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