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Mike Johnston

By Mike Johnston

January 24, 2009

Originally started as a BBS (Bulletin Board System) by Dries Buytaert, Drupal was turned into an Opensource project back in 2001. Since then, it has expanded to become one of the largest content management systems on the market today. With a huge number of promoters and an enormous community, Drupal continues to expand and grow far past what was initially anticipated back in 2001. Today, we're... Read More →

Mike Johnston

By Mike Johnston

January 24, 2009

Joomla! is perhaps one of the best known names in the world of Content Management Systems. Originally a fork of Mambo, Joomla has surpassed it's predecessor in popularity and size by a massive margin. Does Joomla! really deserve all the praise it's been getting? Let's examine it and find out in this Joomla 1.5 review.First released in January of 2008, version 1.5 has since seen a number of point... Read More →

Bigace Review

Bigace Review

Mike Johnston

By Mike Johnston

January 24, 2009
Mike Johnston

By Mike Johnston

January 24, 2009

Published by Kevin Papst, Bigace is a popular CMS that has a strong commitment from Kevin and offers a ton of options. Let's take a look at it in this Bigace Review.First, make sure you meet the requirements. Once that's out of the way, download the file from their website and unzip the contents. You will have 3 files. Upload all 3 to the root of your domain (web host) ie: public_html directory... Read More →

Mike Johnston

By Mike Johnston

January 24, 2009

Geeklog is somewhat of a combination between blog and cms and more or less would fall under the category of a news publishing platform in my opinion. Let's examine Geeklogs' latest edition in this Geeklog Review and see what kind of changes have been made to make it more simplified.Geeklog was originally created to run the Securitygeeks and Newsgeeks websites but was released into the wonderful... Read More →

Mike Johnston

By Mike Johnston

January 23, 2009

Choosing a CMS can be an arduous and lengthy task. How do you choose from a list of several hundred (or potentially more) software packages to find the one that best suits your needs? We will discuss the best steps to take in order to help you make an educated decision.Step 1.Determine the purpose of the CMS and what you hope to gain from it.Not all CMS platforms are the same, there are some that... Read More →

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