Daniel Threlfall

Daniel Threlfall

By Daniel Threlfall

May 10, 2013

Koken is one of our picks as a top CMS for photographers. Just this week, they made an already good CMS a whole lot better. Koken 0.8, announced on May 9, includes a lineup of great new features and capabilities. We'll touch on the highlights. Make SEO-Friendly Links Koken's old system built links in the old-fashioned ways — numerical slugs that did zilch for SEO, and even less... Read More →

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Daniel Threlfall

By Daniel Threlfall

May 8, 2013

Just Add Content is reaching a vast market of business owners and entrepreneurs who want websites — nice ones. The easy to use editor is a great asset, especially for those with a limited knowledge of building websites. With a little bit of startup cash and a desire to learn, any business owner can get a thriving online presence in a matter of a few hours. Whether Just Add Content is a... Read More →

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Daniel Threlfall

By Daniel Threlfall

May 1, 2013

One of the best things about SharePoint is its name. The moniker suggest a friendly place where people can gather, work, and say to themselves, “a good time was had by all.” If the greatest thing going for a software is its name, then it probably has some shortcomings elsewhere. SharePoint has shortcomings, and in the rough-and-tumble world of collaborative web applications,... Read More →

Daniel Threlfall

By Daniel Threlfall

April 29, 2013

If you aren't used to using an open source CMS, then you may have fallen victim to several popular myths. Even those who are familiar with the open source environment believe some of these myths. For both avid open source users and proprietary CMS users, we offer fair warning regarding the four worst myths about open source CMSs.1.  Open source CMS are much easier to use than proprietary... Read More →

Daniel Threlfall

By Daniel Threlfall

April 18, 2013

Your CMS is not going to last forever. Just face it. At some point, you may need to switch your CMS. Hopefully, you've made the right CMS choice from the start and won't have to go through the dreaded task of a data migration. Nonetheless, you may be experience the vague, stomach-churning misgiving that your CMS is failing you. Here's how to know for sure. “It won't let us do... Read More →

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