If I ask you to create a website, what’ll be your preferred choice? No doubt, many of you would like to go for a Content Management System. The reason is obvious. It allows you to manage your website content easily.
You can brilliantly create, publish, update, and manage all your content including posts, pages, images, etc. using CMS.
There are many CMS available in the market today. For example, WordPress, Contao, Joomla, Drupal, Magento, SquareSpace, Wix, and many more. Among all, WordPress has a large market share.
Here, in this article, we’ve covered 2 Content Management Systems, WordPress Vs Contao.
Before, understanding the difference between both, you should take a quick overview of these.
WordPress is a free and open-source content management system which is based on PHP & MySQL. It contains a plugin architecture and a template system.
More than 50,000 WordPress Plugins are available in the WordPress Repository that you can choose from to extend your website.
And, a lot more!
With Contao, you can easily make Intranet and associated applications, manage multiple domains and multiple instances, develop your own extensions, and a lot more.
And, a lot more!
Let’s take a look at what makes both the content management systems different from each other:
|PHP Version 7.3 or greater, or|
MySQL version 5.6, or
MariaDB version 10.0 or greater.
|Apache, Nginx or IIS web server|
PHP version 5.4.0 or greater
MySQL version 5.0.3 or greater
PHP extension GDLib to allow image resizing
SOAP to access to the extension repository
|Huge Market Share than Contao.|
|Comparatively less Market Share than WordPress.|
Now, it’s your turn to choose. Analyze the features and then choose the best as per your need.
Don’t forget to leave the comment with your best option.