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Über Joomla

Ein Content-Management-System ist eine Software, die jeden Inhalt auf deiner Website verfolgt, ähnlich wie deine lokale öffentliche Bibliothek Bücher verfolgt und aufbewahrt. Inhalte können aus einfachem Text, Fotos, Musik, Videos, Dokumenten oder sonstigem Material bestehen. Ein Hauptvorteil der Verwendung eines CMS ist, dass es fast keine technischen Fähigkeiten oder Kenntnisse zu seiner Verwaltung erfordert. Da das CMS all deine Inhalte verwaltet, musst du es nicht tun.

Was kann man mit Joomla! alles tun?

Joomla wird überall verwendet, um Websites jeder Form und Größe zu betreiben. Zum Beispiel:

Unternehmenswebsites oder -portale
Unternehmensintranets und -extranets
Online-Magazine, -Zeitungen und -Publikationen
E-Commerce- und Online-Reservierungen
Verwaltungs-Anwendungen
Websites für Kleinunternehmen
Gemeinnützige und organisatorische Websites
Community-basierte Portale
Websites für Schulen und Kirchen
Persönliche oder Familien-Homepages


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Preis-Leistungs-Verhältnis
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Funktionen
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Bedienkomfort
3,7/5
Kundenbetreuung
3,8/5

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Rogelio
Rogelio
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  • Branche: Onlinemedien
  • Unternehmensgröße: 2–10 Mitarbeiter
  • Täglich für Mehr als 2 Jahre genutzt
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  • Weiterempfehlungsquote 10.0 /10

Ready out of the box

Bewertet am 19.9.2021

I love this. I've been using this since forever. I've seen Joomla evolve and I really love how...

I love this. I've been using this since forever. I've seen Joomla evolve and I really love how they have worked towards a solution that can still be the one of the bests CMS out there, if not, the best.
I'd like to see more integrations with Joomla as there are with Wordpress. Joomla lacks this integration but it is not a feature that puts it behind Wordpress, not at all.
This is the CMS I recommend to my clients.

Vorteile

Joomla is a complete CMS that has default features that work as promised without the need of external plugins. Unlike Wordpress, Joomla can be kept with a minimum of plugins and components reducing the risk of a security gap.

You can get really good plugins done by people who love what they do and most of them are even free and perform at top level.

Nachteile

There are some aspects I really don't like about Joomla and the first one is the access control ACL. It's pretty tricky and sometimes I've messed up a whole site just because I checked the wrong box and locked me out of my own development.

I do not use the templates as I find the modules positions messy and kind of boring to use, I always use YooTheme over Joomla as a template and this is magic in motion.

Joomla is pretty easy to explain to clients but there are some procedures that need to be explained several times, as the menu items, the aliases, modules, the redirections and some other stuff that could be even friendlier

In Betracht gezogene Alternativen

WordPress

Gründe für den Wechsel zu Joomla

Less plugins to install, more security
Vjekoslav
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  • Branche: Design
  • Unternehmensgröße: 2–10 Mitarbeiter
  • Täglich für Mehr als 2 Jahre genutzt
  • Quelle der Bewertung

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  • Weiterempfehlungsquote 10.0 /10

Still best overall CMS

Bewertet am 26.11.2021

I have been using Joomla since the time it was a mambo CMS. I have created a large number of...

I have been using Joomla since the time it was a mambo CMS. I have created a large number of websites since then and what I can say with certainty is that Joomla is still a better CMS than other opensource solutions. Joomla CMS is a great tool for creating business websites and portals with lots of articles and content.

Most popular Joomla templates allow me to create module positions where I want. I can display the modules on the sub pages where I want.

To create a multilingual website I don’t have to install additional extensions if I don’t want to.

Thousands and thousands of great extensions, modules and templates are available to expand the capabilities of the CMS system.

Vorteile

I love being able to create a website without additional plug-in installations or extensions. Joomla core has built-in features and capabilities to make a simpler website.

I like better visibility and management of articles and categories in administration.

I like the ability to use multiple templates on one website.

I like the ability to, for almost everything, make an override via the menu.

And what I like most is that I have complete control over the website from start to finish.

Nachteile

What I don’t like the most is that the process of upgrading to a new version can be problematic for people who have no experience with Joomla. I am not thinking here of the update process but of the upgrade. Eg. from Joomla 3 to Joomla 4.

But the online community is great and always helps, and there are a number of instructions so everything can be solved even if you get stuck.

In Betracht gezogene Alternativen

WordPress

Gründe für den Wechsel zu Joomla

Wordpress is the most popular CMS and clients sometimes ask for a website to be created in Wordpress. Wordpress is also a good CMS, but it took me a long time to accept that I can't create a website without 10-15 extra plugins.
Rob
Rob
Gesamtbewertung
  • Branche: Grafikdesign
  • Unternehmensgröße: 2–10 Mitarbeiter
  • Weitere für Mehr als 2 Jahre genutzt
  • Quelle der Bewertung

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  • Weiterempfehlungsquote 6.0 /10

Old style CMS

Bewertet am 31.10.2019

I have generally maintained Joomla solutions for clients who have had active site that were already...

I have generally maintained Joomla solutions for clients who have had active site that were already established. This was at the recommendation of whoever initially set up the site. I personally prefer other solutions that are similar but have less of a learning curve and are more straight forward to setup and maintain.

Vorteile

Joomla is an open-source PHP/MySQL based CMS. This lets it be very customizable and there are a lot of resources online through community support to get documentation and help with changes and such. It does have a lot of features and you can spend a lot of time figuring out how to manage Joomla.

Nachteile

It doe feel a bit clunky and not straight forward. Something as simple as creating a content page can be confusing at first glance. My experience with customizing templates was that it is more difficult than other competing CMS options, but as with many PHP-based solutions there is a good community to help if you get stuck if you ask the right questions.

In Betracht gezogene Alternativen

WordPress
Phil
Gesamtbewertung
  • Branche: Informationstechnologie & -dienste
  • Unternehmensgröße: 2–10 Mitarbeiter
  • Wöchentlich für Mehr als 2 Jahre genutzt
  • Quelle der Bewertung

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  • Preis-Leistungs-Verhältnis
  • Bedienkomfort
  • Weiterempfehlungsquote 10.0 /10

Joomla my favourite CMS to use

Bewertet am 24.7.2021

Overall I love Joomla, been using it for over 10 years I think it version 1.3 or 1.4 I started off...

Overall I love Joomla, been using it for over 10 years I think it version 1.3 or 1.4 I started off with back then and stuck with it all the way through as other CMS systems just didn't seem as user friendly when I tried them. I can create nice websites that do what I need, just wish there was more help on making them great in the eyes of Google to pass the page speed and core web vitals tests etc

Vorteile

It has to be that it works logically and makes sense, if there is a problem you can usually work out what has caused it and fixed it without much of a problem. If you do get stuck then there are usually places where you can find answers to your problems online

Nachteile

When coming to technical SEO issues for things like increasing page speed, removing unused Java script & CSS etc most of the tutorials online seem to be focused more on different CMS users like WP etc, it would be great if Joomla did actually have some paid employees who could create useful guides for non coders who aren't experts that could make some walk through guides so the average user could make their own websites run like experts sites. I know Joomla is an open source software, but I wouldn't mind paying a small fee when I set up a new website to contribute to having some full time paid staff who could provide more documentation and training for Joomla, as opposed to having to paid large fees to experts as that's not really in my budget.

In Betracht gezogene Alternativen

Drupal und WordPress

Gründe für den Wechsel zu Joomla

I tried Wordpress and found it very frustrating and unintuitive, then Drupal I didn't actually try, read a few reviews and decided to go with Joomla. Although I did see quite a few impressive websites that had been made on Drupal. Another thing that turned me off Wordpress was that I started to notice that most of the WordPress sites I was coming across seemed to be very very similar and so didn't really think that this would help my sites to stand out. Joomla seemed to have lots of very different styles of website which made it seem a lot more flexible.
Stacy
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  • Branche: Eventservice
  • Unternehmensgröße: 11–50 Mitarbeiter
  • Täglich für Mehr als 2 Jahre genutzt
  • Quelle der Bewertung

Gesamtbewertung

  • Preis-Leistungs-Verhältnis
  • Bedienkomfort
  • Kundenbetreuung
  • Weiterempfehlungsquote 8.0 /10

A little work goes a long way!

Bewertet am 17.10.2019

I was a faithful user of Joomla for 8 to 10 years. I actually got very good at working within the...

I was a faithful user of Joomla for 8 to 10 years. I actually got very good at working within the CMS. Once you learn how it all fits together, it can be a productive CMS, but it's simply not as easy as Wordpress. Wordpress is much less complicated and can do what Joomla does.

Vorteile

Joomla was the very first CMS I ever used. Being open source doesn't hurt, as it's always updating and evolving. The biggest pro for this product is that you have an enormous extensions catalog, both free and paid, which means you can create a one of a kind website.

Nachteile

For me the same thing that makes it great, is also the same thing that makes it less great. With Joomla being updated quite often, it happens often when extensions fail to update as quickly as the CMS itself, which renders them inactive until updated. Plus, there is a learning curve to working with Joomla, and it doesn't take long to forget which extension controls what element of the site.

In Betracht gezogene Alternativen

Drupal

Warum Joomla gewählt wurde

Joomla had a more extensive extension catalog and there were more templates available for Joomla than Drupal.

Zuvor genutzte Software

Drupal

Gründe für den Wechsel zu Joomla

I was leaving Drupal for something with more flexibility and a more robust building environment. At that time I looked on Wordpress as only a blogging platform, but since then it is now a very robust CMS too!
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Joomla Häufig gestellte Fragen

Weiter unter folgen häufig gestellte Fragen über Joomla.

Joomla bietet folgende Kostenpläne an:

  • Ab: 199,00 $
  • Preismodell: Kostenlose Version
  • Gratis Testen: Nicht verfügbar

Joomla hat die folgenden typischen Kunden:

Selbstständig, 2–10, 11–50, 51–200, 201–500, 501–1.000, 1.001–5.000

Joomla unterstützt die folgenden Sprachen:

Arabisch, Chinesisch, Chinesisch (traditionell), Deutsch, Dänisch, Englisch, Finnisch, Französisch, Hebräisch, Indonesisch, Irisch, Italienisch, Japanisch, Koreanisch, Niederländisch, Norwegisch, Polnisch, Portugiesisch, Russisch, Schwedisch, Spanisch, Thailändisch, Tschechisch, Türkisch, Ukrainisch, Ungarisch

Joomla unterstützt die folgenden Geräte:

Joomla kann in folgende Anwendungen integriert werden:

Ecwid, Google Analytics 360, Google Maps, Moolah, Spreadshop

Joomla bietet folgende Optionen für Kundensupport:

E-Mail/Helpdesk, FAQ/Forum, Wissensdatenbank

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