Joomla is an award-winning Content Management System (CMS) used to build websites and other online applications.
A successful user experience
Fantastic CMS, but the community is what makes this product the success that it is. I have never frequented another message board so helpful and so devoid of ill will in my 15 years of Internet surfing. The helpful support forum translates into a successful user experience, and thus the project grows and development flourishes. With the vibrant Joomla community, I can feel confident that the software is in it for the long haul and I can devote my time to learning its nuances and entrust my clients’ sites to it.
ToniMarie, United States - 21 May 2007
CMS is a brilliantware
It makes life simpler esp. for people who need an online presence with a limited budget. Apart from that, the learning curve is amazing, the community is there to make your lives less tedious. The developers who worked with Joomla are dedicated in bringing the best for almost nothing - from Mambo, to.. Joomla, the migration is seamless. An excellent tool for your next project. Watch this ware, its going somewhere where the others are complacent on their laurels.
AainaA-Ridtz, France - 22 April 2006
A huge community
One Of the most user-friendly content managment systems ever. With a huge community behind it. What I am sure that this will continue to become one of the cutting edge CMS.
Arpit, India - 07 April 2006
Lets me get on with the nuts and bolts of the proj
I absolutely love Joomla! It lets me get on with the nuts and bolts of the project of what our website is for, rather than leaving me bogged down with looking after the website itself! Keep up the great work guys!
Neil, United Kingdom - 31 March 2006
This CMS is brilliant
Wow. This CMS is brilliant! It is a great start for anyone looking to make a spot on the web. The support community is outstanding! The simplicity is amazing. There is so much I could say about Joomla. It's simple to use yet very powerful. It makes a new person to the web look like a professional. I definitly recommend this CMS. Try it and you'll find yourself back here writing a comment about it.
Joomla-Lover, Canada - 27 March 2006
A great deal of success
After struggling to integrate different functionality modules into our standard dreamweaver websites, we moved over to learning about Mambo then Joomla with a great deal of success and have never looked back. With an active community and an endless number of addon components and modules, Joomla is definitely the way to go for an outstanding website Content Management System.
Aaron, Australia - 18 March 2006
Lumis Multimedia back Joomla 110%
Joomla is by far the best Open Source CMS. From a training and deployment perspective and with numerous testimonials from satisfied clients, we have found end users find Joomla to be the most user friendly and far superior to many commercial CMS solutions. Lumis Multimedia back Joomla 110% and believe in the givers gain mentality will bring a more successful Open Source Community.
Aris, Australia - 18 March 2006
Highly recommended and a huge user base
Joomla is a great CMS to get started with for greenhorns, but has a powerful API for developers to create custom extentions. Highly recommended and a huge user base and active community.
Paul, United States - 08 March 2006
Thanks to the helpful Joomla community
I happened upon Joomla about 6 months ago after it was recommended as Content Management Software that was easy to use, free and giving professional results. Since that time, I have been able to successfully run four sites using the software. Thanks to the helpful Joomla community, my answers to the many questions I initially had were dealt with quickly and easily. I would recommend it to anyone who is considering Content Management Software.
Tracey, Australia - 08 March 2006
The best CMS out there by far
Joomla is awesome, easy to use, easy to develop for and allows the developer or designer to expand in many areas. The best CMS out there by far and it is only getting better.
Charles, United States - 08 March 2006