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Very flexibleRating: 5Concrete5 is extremely flexible, it can be used for a small to a big multilingual website. Themes can be easily created by web designers. The user can choose from many so called blocks,, which can be placed into the editable area. There are blocks for content, HTML, pictures, slideshow, Google Maps, forms, an automatic navigation and many more. Only the blog functionality could be better.
Most under appreciated CMSRating: 5Unlike Wordpress and Drupal, the core has a lot of functionality without having to rely on add ons or Modules. With a growing user base of Concrete 5.7, more and more add ons are becoming available. Great to design for, if you're looking for flexibility with design, you are not restricted at all.
Best in class!Rating: 5There are not enough words to describe how easy it is to implement, modify and maintain a site with concret5.
|PHP||5 out of 57|
|MySQL||6 out of 54|
|Drag-n-Drop||6 out of 53|
|Inline||8 out of 81|
|Image Resizing||9 out of 73|
|Open Source||10 out of 67|
|Statistics||10 out of 59|
|Content Approval||11 out of 88|
|Link Manager||11 out of 78|
|Friendly URLs||12 out of 97|
|Undo||12 out of 60|
|Content Scheduling||12 out of 82|
|Versioning||13 out of 74|
|WYSIWYG||18 out of 96|
|Sub Sites||18 out of 86|
|Mass Upload||19 out of 67|
|Multiple Languages||19 out of 85|
Feature rankings are determined by the total number of features each CMS offers.