How to choose CMS for PHP?

Really need a CMS in which there is nothing superfluous.
Important criteria:
- there are generally no standard fields, all created using additional fields.
At the start, we add several types of material and they assign the additional fields, it can be selects, checkboxes, etc.
Ie Sazava material, we introduce only its name and select type. Below additional fields are shown if they are added. Nothing more.
In Python like this already exists:

P. S. please do not write answers in the spirit: ModX - everything is there, or WP there is a wonderful field and so forth. All these CMS are heavy enough interested in it a little CMS, easy and simple, which would then finished it to fit your needs.

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July 2nd 19 at 18:19
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July 2nd 19 at 18:21
Joomla! + plugins.
There is an inset of any visual module into the material via the tag {} out of the box.
For different forms for site users and admins, there is a plugin Chronoforms (start guide a lot of beautiful pictures) that allows you to create various shapes, which can then be easily inserted into any material (and, of course, at any location on the page).
sorry for the insult, but You "boots" who either knows how to read.

PS as for Jolly - remove it from the hard drive and formanite on the safe side - rosina_Rutherford commented on July 2nd 19 at 18:24
*which is not able to read - rosina_Rutherford commented on July 2nd 19 at 18:27
The worst advice that only you can give. Dirtier Joomla I haven't seen anything yet, but is that campisi sorts. - raou commented on July 2nd 19 at 18:30
: approx. justify: what's not to like Joomla and advise something else with his hand. - Kyleigh_Hills commented on July 2nd 19 at 18:33
: can be xmoonlight do not say so but the joomla framework is very easily adjusted , comfortable - can be just you and him crossed - Caesar.Keeli commented on July 2nd 19 at 18:36
three or four years ago, dealt with it on the level of support for existing projects and revision/correction of the modules. Moreover, that API inside sugar, and she like a sieve. Were holes, the site was infected and had to treat it and to mend. Three years didn't work with her, I do not know now the thing with her is, but remember, once the sand in the teeth. So have prejudiced me against her case. I would advise you to take the same Wordpress or Drupal, if you just broke the code to write. In my opinion, this CMS is written on the knee using the same MongoDB in a few days. I do not understand why to look for something, when the Wagtail is already there. - raou commented on July 2nd 19 at 18:39
: it has become much better in Jumla in comparison with those times: a lot of security corrected this year. - Kyleigh_Hills commented on July 2nd 19 at 18:42
July 2nd 19 at 18:23
I will not list them , but I will say this : very fast cms those who do not use mysql , ie, using php but not mysql but rather work without a database and have the file structure, the downside is that any post is the file and the convenience that adjusts easily and conveniently
About Joomla , in fact if you do not take the very cms and its framework it is possible to make a completely unique cms in the likeness of joomla but will not
Awesome cms that I'm a fan is applied without any shops and things , atas
also : like but depends for what purpose
July 2nd 19 at 18:25
not the answer to the question, but maybe it'll help.
almost what you asked, but kind of took off.
about cms in General
July 2nd 19 at 18:27
>>>Really need a CMS in which there is nothing superfluous.
>>>All these CMS are quite heavy

Drupal, WP, etc. have taxonomy and content types with custom fields. Well, Yes, sometimes heavy with a large number of pages, but both have caching.

>>>- no predefined fields, all created using additional fields.
Interfere with standard fields - you can delete by one mouse click.

Unnecessary modules can be disabled and to create your build with the minimum required for use in new projects. Users can hide unnecessary items in the admin area, and then there are those instances that are frightened when they see a lot of menu items, although they have the user manual say where to go and what to click.

>>> which would then finished it to fit your needs.
If not a secret in which direction you expect this CMS to be finished? If you create a functionality similar to the existing modules of well-known CMS, so logical these modules and to connect. If you are planning something special, so maybe easier to write from scratch/on the framework?

You would be told what kind of projects require such CMS. Usually people complain about the lack of functionality and much less on its redundancy.
July 2nd 19 at 18:29
Judging by the description You have CMF. The requirements would be ModX, October CMS but if You think that it is a heavy engine, it is best to write everything in framework: Slim Framework/laravel/yii2
July 2nd 19 at 18:31
WolfCMS - - I remember once looking. Seemed simple enough and lightweight.

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