WordPress is an open source blogging tool and a content management system (CMS) based on PHP and MySQL. It has many features including a plug-in architecture and a template system.
WordPress is currently the most popular blogging system in use on the Web.
WordPress began as a blogging tool, however, has evolved into a full-fledged CMS powering some big names.
WordPress has the easiest interface (as compared to most other CMSs). Furthermore, it also has many plugins and themes that can help you customize your website even if you are not comfortable with code and Web development. In fact, WordPress has the shallowest learning curve of all the three CMSs under review. Plus, the official documentation is so well http://norgo.com/frameworks/contact-management-system-cms/supplemented by several community blogs all across the Internet that if you ever run into any trouble, you can be sure that help is at hand.
WordPress is in active development, and fixes/patches are released frequently. On the downside, these patches seem even more necessary for WordPress because it appears to be more vulnerable in matters of security compared to Drupal or Joomla!
There are + and – to all frameworks.
With weighing all the + and – on a regular basis, we find WordPress is the best choice, however, for safety, we prefer to be very picky with the plugins (addons) in any WordPress website.Tags: cms, development, frameword, website, wordpress