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    Magento, Prestahop, Opencart
    and for small business we can use woo-commerce

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    WordPress, Magento and OpenCart are some of the best CMS use to design and develop an ecommerce website.

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    I agree with you all. Wordpress and Magento are best CMS for eCommerce site development. But there are many other paid platforms available like shopify, kartrocket, etc. They also provide best features and consultation for making your website.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jane1 View Post
    Magento is the best but it is too costly. You can use WordPress woocommerce, prestashop, opencart etc to develop an e-commerce site.
    Hello members! I agree with jane1. Magento is best but costly. it can't afford everyone. if you have a small budget, you can use WooCommerce for your site.

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    I would suggest, WordPress, Joomla or Magento. You can go with any one of them. Below are some differences between the WordPress and Joomla -

    WordPress and Joomla both are popular CMS. Both are having open source software and are free to download. The base of these CMS is PHP and supports the MySQL database. Both are having number of free and paid templates and themes. Boith sites supports the multiple languages. Though both are similar, here are some differences between them -

    1. Installation - WordPress installations is quite easy and takes less time compare to Joomla. Joomla also has the easy installation but it takes more time and complicated than the WordPress.

    2. In-built themes and plugins - WordPress has the more number of free and easy to update the themes. When you will install the WordPress, it comes with the number of free themes. Also you can search the related theme and plugins from the admin panel of the WordPress. Joomla has the templates and extensions but those are not configured under Joomla admin panel, you will have to search them and after that you can install them.

    3. Support Cost - Support cost for Joomla is more because it's not easy to find the Joomla expert easily. There are online forums, communities but when you will need the expert at your end then it's costs more for the Joomla.

    4. Security - WordPress sites are the main target of the hackers. There are multiple security plugins and updates are available which secures your website from the hackers. Those are automatically get installed on the WordPress. Joomla has the extensions and new updates for securing the site. But we need to manually install them.

    5. Importing the data - Importing the data on the Joomla is the hard task compare to WordPress. Also migrating the Joomla from one version to another is very hectic task.

    Magento s also good. Magento is popular CMS after WordPress. It is one of the widely used CMS due to it's security and functionality. It has more complex options which users needs for managing the online store. Magento has multi-language support. Mangento is more popular because of it's ease and effective interface. That is why it is attracting the market.

    So you can go with any of them.
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    You can use any of the platforms to develop e-commerce website site:
    1. Shopify
    2. BigCommerce
    3. Volusion
    4. Wix
    5. 3dCart
    6. Magento
    7. PrestaShop
    8. WooCommerce

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    CMS for e-commerce

    Hi! For big stores is magento, for middle stores- Open Cart or joomla, for small - Wordpress. Maybe PrestaShops is useful for e-commerce, but i have never used this CMS.

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