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My site needs to have a few things which I think all of these have except for Wordpress which I don't believe has a Gallery plugin, I could be wrong?

What my site must have is. - A Gallery - News/Content(what site doesn't have this) - Latest(Project, Resource, Literary) All with 3 different boxes and shows the latest game, resource, and literary. - Comment system for the Latest(things, look above), news, and gallery - Login System with Vbulletin 4

I'm a good designer but no coder, I do have a coder that's good with CSS/HTML so I'm not too worried about that.

For examples about those Latest things check out. http://kobrasrealm.net http://rpgrevolution.com/ The latest stuff is on the right, not into boxes as I have planned

I believe Druapal is the correct choice but I could be wrong and that's why I'm here.

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asked Sep 25 '10 at 04:26

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I think you'll do good with Drupal, just take a look at starter tutorials though, it's somewhat big and the learning curve is higher than Wordpress or Joomla, but in the long run it's worth it. With Wordpress you get to a point where it stops being scalable (becomes bloated with crap, the content might be awesome but everything around it is crap, like the lockergnome WP blogs I might say...). Drupal's admin panel is not as easy to learn but it lets you do so much more. Joomla is a mess. Yeah it works and has pretty templates, but it's a mess in my opinion.

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answered Sep 25 '10 at 04:41

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I decided on Drupal about 5 minutes ago and just looking for ways to integrate my Vbulletin community.

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answered Sep 25 '10 at 04:56

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Then you should check this out: http://drupal.org/project/drupalvb

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Well it is quite difficult to comment on which CMS is best amongst all the three, it simply depends on personal choice and experience. As far as my personal view is concerned, I am more into Joomla and currently having couple of websites on the same. Also I find Joomla templates and extensions to be quite impressive and effective. But, it is up to you choose the one that best suits you.

answered Mar 08 '14 at 06:00

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