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Gutensite Gets Fluid with Mobile Responsive Design

Gutensite Gets Fluid with Mobile Responsive Design

By Chadwick Meyer September 3, 2013 News & Headlines  Comments

If you’ve been around web designers much in the last year, you can’t have missed the buzzing excitement (and a few tears of joy) around the growing use of “responsive website design" (RWD) and the compelling case for why having a responsive website is critical for your business. The web is a wild and crazy place, with constantly evolving demands to support new technology and changing standards to meet those needs.… Read More →

Six Deadly Website Sins and How to Fix Them

Six Deadly Website Sins and How to Fix Them

By Daniel Threlfall July 10, 2013 Articles and Editorials  Comments

It ain't easy being an Internet professional. It seems like technology is always advancing too fast, the rules are changing too often, and there are a few too many things to remember to do all at the same time. In this article, we've simplified things for you. Here are the biggest Internet no-nos. Are you violating any of them?1.  You don't have social.In some of the flourescent-lit halls of business-as-usual corporate America, social media is oft-derided.… Read More →

New GOSS software to help with efficiency savings and management of marketing campaigns

By Mike Johnston June 24, 2011 (Updated: May 31, 2013) News & Headlines  Comments

Today sees the launch of GOSS iCM (intelligent Content Management) version 9.1, the latest upgrade to the market leading Web Content Management Solution built by GOSS Interactive.The solution allows public, private and third sector organisations to drive efficiency savings into their business by delivering more services online and understanding how website visitors use a website, resulting in potential savings of up to £3 million for some GOSS clients.… Read More →

Using DotNetNuke Professional to Build Your Public Facing Website

By Mike Johnston June 20, 2011 (Updated: May 31, 2013) News & Headlines  Comments

DotNetNuke is the leading open source Web Content Management Platform for Microsoft .NET. and is quickly becoming the standard answer for mission critical web-based content management solutions world-wide. This webinar intends to show you some of the reasons why.  This webinar will show you how the Professional Edition features can help you get the most out of your public-facing website.… Read More →

SubHub Launches World's First Drupal-Powered App Store

By Mike Johnston May 31, 2011 (Updated: May 31, 2013) News & Headlines  Comments today launched its new Drupal 7-based Content Monetization Platform (CMP), featuring the world’s first Drupal-powered app store.SubHub's new CMP enables anyone to design and launch a content website in under five minutes, and make money from their content by incorporating optional apps such as paid membership. The app store -- the first of its kind for Drupal modules -- enables website owners to add functionality simply by selecting an app and adding it to their SubHub website. Initial apps include MailChimp, Google Analytics, content feeds and YouTube.… Read More →

Now extend CMS Made Simple effortlessly with Packt's new book

By Mike Johnston May 31, 2011 (Updated: May 31, 2013) News & Headlines  Comments

CMS Made Simple Development Cookbook is a new book from Packt that will help readers build new modules and tags, and use the built-in capabilities of CMS Made Simple to their fullest. Written by Samuel Goldstein, the book is a practical guide with over 70 simple yet unbelievably effective recipes to extend CMS Made Simple.CMS Made Simple, an open source content management system, allows for faster and easier management of website content.… Read More →

Drupal 7.2 and 6.22 released

By Mike Johnston May 26, 2011 (Updated: May 31, 2013) News & Headlines  Comments

There are two new versions of Drupal available for download today, 6.22 and 7.2.Drupal 7.2 The second maintenance release of the Drupal 7 series. Only bugfixes have been committed. No security fixes are included in this release. New features are only being added to the forthcoming Drupal 8.0 release. This release includes the security fixes from Drupal 7.1 which was released alongside Drupal 7.2. No additional security fixes are included. Full changelog: Drupal 6.22 The twentysecond maintenance release of the Drupal 6 series.… Read More →