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IPM Poll Question What Features do You Prioritize in a CMS?
July 25, 2006 @ 13:14:07

The International PHP Magazine has finished yet another poll today, this time they asked their site visitors the question "What Features do You Prioritize in a CMS?".

The options included things like "Small footprint, less than 30K" and "Multiple methods for providing news feed" but the number one on the list (as chosen by the readers) was "Simple and powerful administration panel" with "Easy to integrate into an existing web site" pulling in a close second.

It is evident that the majority looks for a simple and powerful administration panel in a CMS as it garnered 36.9% of votes. 35.7% look for a CMS that is easy to integrate into an existing web site. 13.1% want a CMS that is easy to skin. 'Simple and easy to install' polled 8.3% of the votes. 3.6% desire a small footprint less than 30k. The options, 'No requirement for a database' and 'Multiple methods for providing news feed' bagged a dismal 1.2%.

Be sure to check out this week's poll (PHP misconceptions) and cast your vote today!

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