Content Management System (CMS) Articles and Editorials from our writers addressing topics near and dear to content management, web design & development.
Are you a DNN fan? Perhaps you are looking for tutorials to help you with your DNN installation? If so, check out DNN Hero.
DNN hero is a Video Tutorial site about the CMS called DNN (previously known as DotNetNuke). You get access to a host of awesome tutorials for a monthly subscription fee. Read More →
dotCMS is a widely popular open source enterprise CMS, and it's extremely close to a major update - dotCMS 3.0. Available in two primary forms, the community and enterprise edition, users can choose between self-hosting DotCMS, making use of the dotCMS server and using the dotCMS cloud-hosted service. Read More →
I don't normally push a lot of causes on this site but since prostate cancer has affected my family in the past, I thought it was an important cause to get behind this year.
As a result, I'm going to be participating in looking ridiculous for Movember this year in order to help raise funds and awareness for prostate cancer and men's health. I think it's a worthy cause to support and I'd really appreciate your help in making this a successful campaign. Read More →
Nothing is better than announcing winners and one of the most popular categories this year was the Best Open Source PHP CMS Category within the People's Choice CMS awards.
This year, the contenders were Joomla, eZ Publish and MODx and the competition between all three was quite fierce. Read More →
Is being hacked fun? Certainly not. The worst part about it is that you could potentially lose everything. Your content. Your media. Personal data. It's natural to want to protect your site from being hacked. It’s just as important as protecting your home from burglars. Read More →
Recently, in the world of eCommerce, PrestaShop has been making somewhat of a splash. It serves a massive community of around 700,000 merchants, and has been in business since 2007, but 2014 has probably been its most expressive year to date. The release of PrestaShop 1.6 brought about a face lift on all fronts, a bunch of genuinely useful features, and a more focused approach to statistics. Read More →
After running for their third straight year, the CMS Awards 2014 are coming to an end. Mike Johnston launched the awards back in 2012, to give the CMS Critic community a chance to vote for their favourite products, and the CMS vendors an opportunity to shine. The awards are comprised of the People's Choice Awards, which give the public power over which CMS wins each category, and the Critic's Choice Awards, where a select few judges are appointed to select the winners. Read More →
Open Source software, by definition, is freely available to the public. Anybody and everbody can use it, add to it and create extensions for it. PrestaShop - one of the world’s most popular eCommerce solutions - has played an interesting and notable role in the open source eCommerce industry. Read More →
For those of you who have always wondered what the difference was between Squarespace and WordPress and how they compare, check out our latest article on Website Builders Critic entitled "Squarespace vs WordPress". Read More →
Since launching our new CMS Critic Forum last week, we've had plenty of participation and they are continuing to grow strong. Today, I thought I'd share some of the great topics we've got going that you are more than welcome to participate in.Don't forget that everyone who participates has a chance to Win a $50 Visa Gift Card as well! We're giving away three of them.The best part? You can enter DAILY which means you can get more than 1 entry per day by posting regularly.Be sure to jump in and participate and don't forget, it's also a great place to start your own thread.… Read More →