Archive for July 30, 2014

Troubleshooting Some Of The Most Common Issues With Drupal

Troubleshooting Drupal

Drupal is a powerful tool in the right hands, but like any content management system, it isn’t perfect. Regardless of whether you’re a seasoned veteran or a green newcomer to the platform, you’re bound to eventually run into a problem or two you can’t figure out on your own. Today, we’re going to go over a few of the most common issues you’re likely encounter with a Drupal installation.

More importantly, we’re going to explain how to fix them. Read more

Setting Up A Blog With Joomla!: A Step By Step Guide

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WordPress may be one of the best blogging tools around, but that doesn’t necessarily mean it’s a shoe-in for your website.  There are plenty of things the competition simply does better; although WordPress is efficient, intuitive, and flexible, there’s something to be said for specialization – which, outside of blogging, is something WordPress lacks.

The open-source Joomla! is widely regarded as WordPress’s most formidable competitor, is among the most popular content management systems in the world, and  it’s backed by a great development community. On top of that, it’s actually able to handle a larger volume of articles and pages than WordPress, owing to the fact that it was originally designed as an enterprise-level CMS. Read more

Five Tips For Cutting Down Video Size Without Killing Quality

Cutting Down Video Size

In a perfect world, you’d be able to upload ultra high-quality videos to your website without having to worry about how large they are. Unfortunately, we don’t live in a perfect world. As such, one of your jobs as a webmaster is to strike a balance between size and quality. You want your videos to be watchable without having to sacrifice a metric ton of bandwidth.

Here are a few space-saving tips that’ll help you to accomplish just that. Read more