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Joomla is an award-winning content management system (CMS), which enables you to build Web sites and powerful online applications. It provides support to build Corporate Web sites or portals, Corporate intranets and extranets, Online magazines, newspapers, and publications, E-commerce and online reservations, Government applications, Small business Web sites, Non-profit and organizational Web sites, Community-based portals, School and church Web sites, Personal or family homepages.

Its features include User Management, Media Manager, Language Manager, Banner Management, Contact Management, Polls, Search, Web Link Management, Content Management, Syndication and Newsfeed Management, Menu Manager, Template Management, Integrated Help System, Web Services etc.



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