Technically, there’s no ‘wrong’ choice when it comes to selecting a content management system. All the top CMS’s have a diverse selection of plugins that allow them to tackle pretty much any task you throw at them – most of them could be used to build your website, regardless of what you intend to do with it. Read more
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There was a time when Flash was the go-to for rich media content – everything from animations to rich graphics to browser games. Unfortunately, times have changed. Flash is no longer what it once was. Now, rather than being a gold standard, it’s little more than a horrendous quagmire of crippling security vulnerabilities. Read more
What do WordPress, Drupal, Joomla!, and pretty much every other market-leading content management system have in common?
Simply put, they’re having just a little bit of trouble adapting to the small screen. As smartphones and tablets become more and more ubiquitous, the need to design websites that can adapt to different screen sizes grows ever more pressing. A poorly-optimized site alienates mobile visitors – and given that as of last year, 60% of Internet access was done on mobile devices, that represents a huge chunk of your audience. Read more
Does your website need a content management system?
There’s a very good chance that the answer is an unequivocal “yes.” Although there’s certainly something to be said for building and maintaining one’s website the old-fashioned way(HTML and elbow grease), this is generally an impractical choice for anything other than a small website with a dedicated web designer (or a site without a regular update schedule). The fact is that most pages on the modern web are going to require a CMS of some sort in order to function. Read more