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Karl Groves ran a study and the results are interesting.  I figured WordPress would do well because they have a volunteer staff that includes people like accessibility expert, Joe Dolson, who work on the source code of the software. WP with a theme that is also coded for accessibility is even better, and this study found a winner there too.

Tenon, btw, is one of the software testing apps I use for accessibility testing.

Magento - total fail.

Tenon Research First Glimpse: The Best & Worst Of Content Management Systems




Final Scores and Ranking

The final rank and scoring is listed below, from best to worst

  1. WordPress w/ Genesis Framework: 45 points
  2. Telerik Sitefinity: 38 points
  3. Zope: 30 points
  4. Ektron: 26 points
  5. WordPress w/ Jetpack: 24 points
  6. Kentico: 18 points
  7. Drupal: 14 points
  8. Adobe Experience Manager: 11 points
  9. WordPress: 7 points
  10. Sitecore: -17 points
  11. Magento: -21 points



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