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Top Answer: I like how it integrates graphics and words, and more generally, the way people can develop the choices of spaces for different websites.
Top Answer: I paid to have a WordPress site for two years and didn't just have a free one. Unfortunately, the site was awful and I never made good use of spending all that money.
Top Answer: I think that WordPress is too cool in its contact. If somebody works well in that medium then it would be really helpful for a community and for themselves. I don't know how to plug them into using it… more »
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Atex is a modular and scalable content management platform. Combine Atex options to build a single solution that can manage all your needs of gathering content, manage dynamic and very large assets repositories, coordinate content production workflows, targeted content publishing on web sites, mobile devices, apps and print products.

WordPress is a free and open-source content management system (CMS) based on PHP and MySQL. WordPress is installed on a web server, which either is part of an Internet hosting service or is a network host itself; the first case may be on a service like WordPress.com, for example, and the second case is a computer running the software package WordPress.org. Features include a plugin architecture and a template system.

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SEAT Pagine Gialle, Kumpulan Karangkraf Malaysia, Newsday, L'Espresso, Johnston Press, Unibet, Sempre Editora, Irish Times, Bell Media, Sueddeutsche Zeitung
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Comms Service Provider24%
Computer Software Company20%
Government8%
Media Company5%
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Small Business75%
Midsize Enterprise25%
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Atex is ranked 33rd in Web Content Management while WordPress is ranked 5th in Web Content Management with 2 reviews. Atex is rated 0.0, while WordPress is rated 5.6. On the other hand, the top reviewer of WordPress writes "Difficult to create content without spending a lot of time to learn it". Atex is most compared with , whereas WordPress is most compared with SharePoint, Magnolia CMS, Liferay Digital Experience Platform, Drupal and Dynamicweb.

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