If you don’t have website yet and you have been wondering what CMS you should be using, I would highly suggest that you use WordPress. There are plenty of discussions on the Internet what open source web CMS is the best – WordPress, Joomla or Drupal, which one of them have the best interface, security or any other features, it doesn’t really matter, at the end of the day you want to have web CMS that is user-friendly, flexible and extensible and I think that WordPress at the moment is holding the top spot. As you can see from the infographic above – the most popular websites use it as their backend for content management. Currently WordPress is the most popular choice for webmasters because of vast number of open-source applications, plugins and themes that have developed. You have plugins from basic mysql manager to full-blown multimedia galleries with all bells and whistles you can think of.
If you haven’t already choose tool for database administration I’d like to recommend you dbForge Studio for MySQL from Devart. It’s a set of tools for server management and administration. Working with WordPress which deals with MySQL database I find Devart’s MySQL admin tool to be very usefull and comfortable in operating. This powerfull manager will help you to backup and recover database quickly, to make different manipulations with user accounts, administrate different MySQL services, boost MySQL server maintenance and so on. By the way it’s available in free edition. You can download express version following this link: http://www.devart.com/dbforge/mysql/studio/download.html