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    Question web portal and admin panel

    Hi,

    i'm currently working on a web portal solution. I'm thinking to use CSS3 and HTML5 with javascript frameworks to make web portal responsive and especially in response time with data collecting from database.

    if i have almost a clear vision how web portal should look like for users, i have some questions about the administrative panel/side.

    I see a lot of web portal like freelancer.com or monster.com using only html, javascript framework and css.
    I guess they didn't chose a market CMS (like joomla, wordpress, ...) due to customization issues and maybe to make it more secure somehow.
    However, i was wondering where could i find nice example of administrative panel design that i could use or be inspired of to create my own for my web portal ?
    Moreover, i should use PHP for server side script and datacollecting... however, is there a template style or javascript framework to use to make webportal more professional and flexible ?

    Thx

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    there is lot more involved then you are thinking. i would take something simpler, like wordpress, to get a taste of what it is and then go for building custom portal.

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    i already work with Wordpress, Joomla and prestashop or magento...but the response time for page loading is more than 5 to 9 second for WP So for huge amount of users (cca 1.000.000) it's useless and bottleneck.

    Moreover those CMS always load things that i don't need...

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    SitePoint Wizard bronze trophy bluedreamer's Avatar
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    ^ if you are building for a large number of users like that then you probably need to be looking at writing the site from scratch and not relying on a pre-made CMS that uses stuff you don't need.


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