Looking for the right CMS? Try WhichCMS.org
A CMS or Content Management System is an application that helps users manage and organize text, movies, pictures, links and many other types of data. Functionality varies from CMS to CMS, but most are web based and offer some sort of access control. Many of the most popular websites in the world use free and publicly available CMS' like Wordpress, Joomla and Drupal.
WhatCMS.org can currently detect the use of the following 142 different CMS applications and services. If you find an innaccurate detection, let us know (please include the url you attempted).
Wordpress Joomla Drupal vBulletin Blogger Typo3 Typesetter MediaWiki PHP Link Directory DataLife Engine Discuz! phpBB osCommerce ExpressionEngine Bitrix Simple Machines Forum SharePoint uCoz Yahoo Small Business Movable Type IP.Board Spip Ektron Xoops eZ Publish Open Text Tumblr Sitefinity Plone CMS Made Simple Liferay TypePad Squarespace Contao PHP-Nuke EPiServer CMS Vivvo Webs SilverStripe CMS CMS NetCat WebSite Tonight concrete5 XpressEngine Homestead PHP-Fusion Mambo Alterian Nucleus CMS Contenido CMS Google Sites Modx CMS Serendipity Umbraco CMS b2evolution CommonSpot DokuWiki Kentico Textpattern CMS Imperia CMS Amiro.CMS Dynamicweb CMS Magnolia CMS Infopark CMS Fiona Convio Posterous Tiki Wiki CMS WebGUI mojoPortal Geeklog Danneo CMSimple fCMS InterRed NQcontent Percussion Contensis CMS GraffitiCMS Jadu CMS Government Site Builder Midgard CMS ZMS Jieqi CMS Rainbow AxCMS GetSimple CMS CoreMedia CMS Komodo CMS Sense/Net Bricolage CMS Crowd Fusion ImpressCMS Apache Lenya Artiphp CMS Bigace ImpressPages CMS Melody ocPortal Django CMS Shopify FrontPage OpenCart DotNetNuke BigCommerce Wix XenForo Zen Cart Volusion Duda Jimdo Weebly Dealer.com XT-Commerce Pligg HubSpot MyBB nopCommerce Adobe GoLive Shopware UMI.CMS 3dcart Miva Merchant Livedoor PrestaShop Ning Host CMS WebsiteX5 ECShop RapidWeaver InstantCMS Orchard Blox CMS Moodle Ghost eSyndiCat Xara Siquando Web 2 Date Website Baker Pimcore SEOshop SiteCore ProcessWire
WhatCMS.org looks at a variety of factors within a webpage to determine what CMS a website is using, but it is admittedly not 100% accurate. We've included algorithms for detecting all of the major CMS, but if you feel like we're missing one or if our algorithm is working well, let us know and we'll do our best to improve.
Keep in mind a website may use multiple CMS'. Wordpress may be used as the primary CMS, while using vBulletin on a subdomain (forum.example.com) or subdirectory (example.com/forum). For this reason, you can enter any url in the form above to see what CMS is being used on a specific page.