Posts Tagged ‘CMS’

WordPress Plugin Equivalents in Drupal

Content Management Systems, Drupal, WordPress | Posted by Keefr June 28th, 2016

DrupalIt’s no secret that WordPress is my go-to for content management system driven web sites. It’s free. It’s mature and it’s got a huge community both in terms of support and in its plugins library. There’s no need to re-invent the wheel most of the time.

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A New Drag and Drop Content Management System

Content Management Systems | Posted by Keefr March 19th, 2014

While it’s quite obvious that I’m a huge WordPress supporter as a content management platform, especially once you add in the Advanced Custom Fields plugin, I’m always on the lookout for new CMS’s that are easier for the end-user/client to make changes, edit content and create new content.

This one looks interesting: SiteCake

30 Vital Steps To Follow After Installing WordPress

Content Management Systems, WordPress, WordPress | Posted by Keefr February 26th, 2014

wordpressAnyone who knows me, knows my love of WordPress as a blogging platform, but also as a full-fledged open source content management system.

I’ve installed WordPress so so many times that it’s become muscle memory on installing and setting up the basics. The link below is a wonderful list of things to do just after installing WordPress.

30 Vital Steps To Follow After Installing WordPress

Just Use [insert CMS here]! Or, Why I Still Love WordPress

Content Management Systems, WordPress | Posted by Keefr October 10th, 2013

Great writeup on why CSS-Tricks.com still uses WordPress. I tend to agree with everything he writes, and use WordPress for so many personal and professional projects for a lot of the same set of reasons.

Just Use [insert CMS here]! Or, Why I Still Love WordPress

WordPress Powers One in Five Websites

WordPress | Posted by Keefr September 25th, 2013

I knew WordPress was prevalent, but didn’t realize it was 20% of web sites out there. Glad I’ve got a good feel for the platform. It’s really capable, powerful and mature as a full-fledged and free content management system.

WordPress Powers One in Five Websites