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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.
WordPress landing pages can be built using any number of quality plugins or themes. Narrowing down your choice of tools will depend on your exact needs.
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Think you know all about our Joomla templates? Well... we have a little surprise for you! Our developers created an exclusive new generation Joomla template, please welcome Pintex!
In case you've already bought one of our WordPress themes but don't know what to do next, we decided to launch a series of video tutorials, that will help you out.
Joomla has always created a lot of flutter in the web development community, and can easily be regarded as one of the most widespread content management system around. But even a blockbuster CMS with seemingly flawless execution can leave out rough spots that have the potential to turn into nasty burns for the said website. Here are some of the Joomla security measures you'd be wise to implement.
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