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I need multiple-domain support, some e-commerce catalog, uploading files from users and some forum feauteres in future. Is it good choice for this tasks? Why not Drupal, or Modx, or wordpress - for free? Any ExpressionEngine advantages? Thanks

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I need multiple-domain support, some e-commerce catalog, uploading files from users and some forum feauteres in future. Is it good choice for this tasks?

Yes, ExpressionEngine can do all those tasks, although for multi-domain support you will probably need the Multiple Site Manager (available for purchase separately) , and for the ecommerce you will probably need third party software. Here are a few options you can compare.

Why not Drupal, or Modx, or wordpress - for free? Any ExpressionEngine advantages?

Use whatever tool best fits the job. I usually choose ExpressionEngine because:

  • It has a great combination of power and flexibility. You can build almost anything with it, by defining you own custom fields. It makes no assumptions about the architecture of your site. It fits in around your needs, not the other way round.

  • I am primarily a content creator, graphic designer and front-end dev. I'm not a heavy-duty programmer. ExpressionEngine's template tag syntax is easy to learn and understand (example).

  • Anything that ExpressionEngine can't do out-of-the-box, can be done with add-ons, of which there are many (both free and paid). Check out http://devot-ee.com/

  • The ExpressionEngine community are a fantastic, active, and helpful bunch. Because it's a commercial product, it's supported, so anything the community can't help you with, EllisLab can.

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