WordPress gets a fair bit of publicity as the most widely installed content management system (CMS). Drupal, another popular CMS, is widely known but technically thought of more as a “content management framework” because it is a little heavier on the technical side and taking advantage of it requires a bit of a learning curve. Where does… Continue reading A Close Look at Joomla: How Does it Compare to WordPress and Drupal?
Back in the early days of the Internet, the only way to build a website was by learning HTML code and coding the website by hand. The website built is static. If content needs to be changed, only the coder or someone knowing some HTML code can change it. Nowadays, there is a newer, more… Continue reading Recapping the CMS Benefits
Content management systems (CMS) are amazing and convenient platforms for creating high-quality, customizable websites in a short amount of time. The leading CMS software projects, WordPress, Joomla, and Drupal, all have built a great deal of useful technology on projects that started out small (for instance, Drupal evolved from a message board). They can be used… Continue reading SQL Injection and Content Management Systems: What Webmasters Should Know
Social Intranet Defined A social intranet is defined as a network that utilizes social software to share an organization’s information with its members. Generally, this means that the social intranet is a place where employees can go to get things done within their own company. Main Functions and Features Integration The ability to integrate with… Continue reading Best Practices for Implementing an Enterprise Social Intranet
It is generally held that there is a “big three” of content management systems: WordPress, Joomla and Drupal. Each one of these platforms is open source, built from PHP, easy to install on a host or web server, and is extensible with themes and third-party extensions. Each has its own strengths and weaknesses, but out of… Continue reading Content Management Systems – A Look at Drupal
Many sites today utilize a content management system for various reasons. A CMS can help your site get running quick; a CMS organizes and maintains data easily for webmasters and visitors; and, many systems are extensible with a wide variety of third-party plugins, widgets, and applications. With such powerful benefits, choosing to use a CMS… Continue reading Choosing the Right Content Management Systems For Any Site
Content management systems have changed how websites are created on the Internet. In the past, in order to build a website, you have to learn coding in HTML. You had to code each page by hand. If you mis-coded a tag, it could throw your whole page out of whack. With a content management system,… Continue reading What You Should Know About Content Management System Benefits