Web Design Basics
Content Management System
Content 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.
In a study by Moz, award winning websites designed by web design agencies, were not optimized for search engines. In other words, although they could be found online if you did a search of the actual agency's name, they could not be found by entering search phrases.
If you have a website, you already know that a blog can be a powerful tool for SEO purposes. Many think only of WordPress when they consider an Open Source blogging platform. Commercial Progression specializes in Drupal website development and we often incorporate a custom Drupal blog directly into our client projects.
Do you know that roughly 30,000 websites are hacked every day? It's a stunning statistic. And most security experts agree that websites hosted on WordPress are generally more attractive targets to hackers than their counterparts, in large part because so many people use the WordPress framework. It's time to learn how to protect your web property.
WordPress is the most commonly used Content Management System on the internet. Due to the popularity of WordPress hackers are also trying to get access to as many sites as they can to conduct illicit activities online. Here are 11 tricks to better protect your WordPress site.
There are numerous options to create your own website. The new softwares, online site builders, and free options out there allow for newbies and even advanced marketers to achieve beautifully crafted sites without much work. It's difficult at times to know what is currently worth using and what can be best for your site.
WordPress is the most widely used content management system on the web today with a 58% market share. This is because of its user-friendliness and versatility. However, just like any content management system, WordPress has its own flaws. Some of these flaws lie in its SEO friendliness.
Personal websites used to be a luxury that required hours of work or thousands of dollars. Today anyone can design a professional website for about the price of a video game. Thanks to WordPress,website creation is a simple process.
Having a responsive website is especially important for many reasons. Here are 5 of the top reasons that you should start off with a responsive website design if you are using WordPress as your basic template or web hosting platform.