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Content Management SystemContent Management System, CMS for short, is that very thing that allows you to publish, edit and modify the content on your website. This is the system that allows you to maintain your web presence efficiently. While there are custom CMSes, there are the open source ones, and these last ones are immensely popular. Among them you’ll find WordPress, Joomla, Drupal and Wix to name just a few. In this category you’ll find posts on all these CMSes.
Every web designer needs to be familiar with SEO practices to help their sites, or those of their clients, gain as much exposure as possible; even those who work with content management frameworks like Drupal. Find out more about SEO practices that work best with Drupal.
Starting a blog? Make your life easier with these five plugins for designing and managing a successful blog.
According to the most recent Walker Sands Mobile Traffic Report, devices that use Apple's iOS account for 47 percent of all mobile traffic. This number has fallen a bit over the years, but iOS still owns the market share
The right theme could mean everything for your new or existing WordPress site. The theme, among other things, helps to create the foundation of a quality blog; one that people want to read and trust that the content is providing them with the best information on a particular topic.
Drupal is arguably the most customisable open-source CMS system available. However, it's not the prettiest thing out of the box. That's why themes were developed. They turn Drupal's powerful backend features into something pretty to look at.
With millions of users around the world, WordPress is the most widely used content management system. However, there has still been a lot of talk on how to do responsive Web design on WordPress sites
If you use Drupal you most likely want to make sure your URLs are SEO friendly. The problem is that Drupal makes it very easy to screw this up. Forget to get everything right and you can be left with URLs containing odd characters or worse yet, simply be a node number.
There isn't a web professional out there who isn't familiar on some level with WordPress. It may be that you are a skilled WordPress developer; and it may be that you only know that it is an extremely popular blogging application. But this isn't about what you can do with WordPress. It's about what you shouldn't do with it.
WordPress is a cross-platform content management system. They claim that 17% of Web sites are now powered by the mentioned CMS, and that number continues to grow.
Content management systems are all the rage now because they make creating, maintaining and updating Web sites a breeze. All you have to do is write your content, then style it the way you want and the CMS would take care of everything from layout, navigation to publication. So instead of learning how to code and upload by yourself, you can now use a CMS to publish anything on your site