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CMS Expo 2013

CMS Expo 2013

By Daniel Threlfall April 3, 2013 News & Headlines  Comments

If "CMS" is a part of your life or career, there's a powerful event designed for you — the 2013 CMS Expo. Held near Chicago, Illinois from May 14-16, CMS Expo is the place to discover the latest advances in CMSs, strategies and insight for using CMS, and best practices to advance users in the world of content management. Who Attends CMS Expo? CMS Expo welcomes web professionals from all variety of industries and organizations — digital agencies, state and federal governments, educators, and those whose work has anything to do with a CMS.… Read More →



Janrain Improves Online Marketing for WordPress, Disqus, and Others

Janrain Improves Online Marketing for WordPress, Disqus, and Others

By Daniel Threlfall March 29, 2013 News & Headlines  Comments

Janrain, the social web management solution, announced today new partnerships with Automattic, the creators of WordPress, Disqus, and Umbel. These organizations can now better leverage the power of social by using the Janrain User Management Platform (JUMP). Janrain provides sites with an easy way to engage their site visitors by allowing them to login or join using virtually any social platform — Facebook, Twitter, Gmail, Yahoo!, etc.… Read More →



Six Major Trends that Are Changing the Web Industry Right Now

Six Major Trends that Are Changing the Web Industry Right Now

By Daniel Threlfall March 22, 2013 Articles and Editorials  Comments

The web world is always changing. Always. For anyone whose livelihood is tied to the web, it's important to keep an ear to the ground to find out what's changing and how it might affect you. To save you the trouble of putting your own ear to the ground, we've done some listening ourselves. Here's the rumble on the biggest changes in the web industry. Whatever your role on the web, we suggest you take heed. 1. Responsive Design As discussed in a previous CMS Critic article, responsive design is huge.… Read More →


Teach Coursework with Wordpress - Sensei Review

Teach Coursework with Wordpress - Sensei Review

By Daniel Threlfall March 21, 2013  Comments

If you've ever taken an online course, you've experienced the fine work of developers and programmers who have worked very hard. CMSs for education are notoriously difficult to manage. WooThemes and their new plugin, Sensei, set out to change that. Their new tool, "the learning management plugin for WordPress, was released in January.IntroductionSensei is exclusively a WordPress plugin. Since WordPress is the world's most popular CMS, this is a great choice. Sensei is easy to use, even for someone who is not familiar with using a CMS.… Read More →


MobStac Review - Manage Mobile Websites and Apps Across All Mobile and Tablet Devices

MobStac Review - Manage Mobile Websites and Apps Across All Mobile and Tablet Devices

By Niamh Brown March 18, 2013  Comments

Click to visit MobStacAt present MobStac are the "only product in the world to offer mobile websites, tablet websites and native apps for every device". When I received the MobStac information pack in an email I noticed, below the company contact info, the tagline "Mobile is the new Web". According to their research there is an estimated 788 million mobile users predicted by 2015. In this infographic by New Relic called Why The Future is Mobile they state that there are more Android phones being activated each day than babies being born.… Read More →



Interview with Shaun Walker – Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer of DotNetNuke Corporation

Interview with Shaun Walker – Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer of DotNetNuke Corporation

By Mike Johnston March 14, 2013 Interviews  Comments

Shaun Walker is the Co-Founder and CTO of DotNetNuke Corporation. In this interview, Shaun took some time so share with us his thoughts about how the product came to be, where he sees it going and some insight into his background. We hope you find it an interesting read. With that said, here's the interview. Please introduce yourself and tell us a bit about your background. My name is Shaun Walker and I am the Co-Founder and CTO of DotNetNuke Corporation (DNN) and the creator of the DotNetNuke open source project.… Read More →


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