The goal of a CMS is to provide an intuitive user interface for building and modifying web content, to help users create and manage their web sites, and to help webmaster manage the many different resources that make up modern web sites, content types and various data.
Each CMS also provides a Web publishing tool that allows one or more users to publish updates on the Web in real time. The editing component is called a content management application (CMA) , and the publishing tool is called a content delivery application (CDA) . These two components are integrated in a CMS to simplify the Web development process.
The website content management system is a very wide name, from the General Blog Program, the news release program, to the comprehensive website management program can be called the content management system. Common CMS systems: Joomla, WordPress, Magento, Drupal, Mambo, MediaWiki, DokuWiki, TYPO3, vBulletin.
We have developed an algorithm to dectet all major CMS, but if you think our algorithm is flawed, please let us know and we will do our best to improve.
Keep in mind that a website may use more than one CMS. Wordpress can be used as a primary CMS, as well as vBulletin on a subdomain (forum.example.com) or (example.com/forum) . Therefore, you can enter any URL in the form above to see which CMS is in use on a particular page.