When I first started working with open source software, there was an unspoken (okay, it was spoken and spoken often) honor in using a more challenging choice. Had the flagship open source operating system not evolved into a user-friendly platform, it would have failed long ago.
Slap it on the main page, place it in a parent page, put it in a widget, whatever you want. In fact, publishing a piece of content with Drupal, Joomla, or Xoops ranges from the head-shakingly frustrating to the mind-numbingly painful. When there are so many available platforms that boast enough features to get by, with an ease of use Drupal, Joomla, and Xoops cannot touch, one might be so inclined to wonder why bother. You see, extending Wordpress does have its limits, whereas Drupal, Joomla, and Xoops often seem completely unfettered from limitation.
They also offer power and flexibility that Wordpress cannot touch.
In install/page_in the Core distribution of XOOPS 184.108.40.206, unfiltered data passed to CREATE and ALTER SQL queries caused SQL Injection in the database settings page, related to use of GBK in CHARACTER SET and COLLATE clauses.
SQL injection vulnerability in XOOPS 220.127.116.11 and other versions before 18.104.22.168 allows remote authenticated administrators to execute arbitrary SQL commands via the url parameter to
No matter where you point your browser, it will touch down on some piece of open source coding.
This is especially true when you take a gander at the tools that help empower businesses to do their jobs.Although this seems like it would be a step backwards, Wordpress has evolved from a simple blogging platform into a full-fledged content management system (partially thanks to numerous plugins developed to expand the feature set of Wordpress).But it's not the rise of CMS-type plugins that has turned many from Drupal/Joomla/Xoops to Wordpress (and other, similar tools).Web servers, cloud servers, Human Resource Management, Client Resource Management, and Content Management Systems.Even blogging platforms are most often powered by open source.With Drupal, Joomla, and Xoops you can modify your CMS to your heart's content.