there is some rules to choose what type of cms you want to use...
1) what my site should do? (news static... multimedia) and check demos
second: check the level of the support of the cms
3rd: check the tech issue site related to installation (requirements)
4th : check who write the code... huge group... small group, etherogeneous devs, professional devs, bunch of kids?
5th: check if have portability and the support for migrations/backup modules (less work for you is better for all)
6th: check the level of scalability of cms related to level of hits and traffic of your website
7th: check to forum of your hosting site that they support the requirements
8th: check if the upgrade of a new version is difficult or not
and install ONLY at the end of this steps!
Remember : can be look good in the demo, can be look nice and with a lot of features... don't care check that rules first!
do you send your drunk girfriend alone in car with a maniac ? No so... WHY you do THAT to your website?
optimize with your htaccess the website and with boost module (cache and compression)
that's all folks!
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