Content Management

Mike Johnston

By Mike Johnston

May 21, 2013

It is certainly no secret that the world of online content management is dominated by WordPress. Since its release in 2003, WordPress has grown to be the most popular content management system on the internet. In fact, 17.4% of all websites in existence use WordPress as their core CMS. In terms of popularity amongst the elite, WordPress also fares the best. Pingdom recently conducted a... Read More →

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Mike Johnston

By Mike Johnston

May 6, 2013

While we tend to share our own opinions on this site frequently in the form of our various CMS reviews, it's nice to hear what the rest of the community thinks as well. For this reason, today we're hoping to drive some discussion about what CMS you use and why? Regardless of the purpose of the system, share with us in the comments what you like to use, the reasons behind it, and what you use... Read More →

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Mike Johnston

By Mike Johnston

April 29, 2013

Five months after the initial release of Kajona 4, the first update v4.1 focuses on simplicity. Besides regular bug fixes and optimizations the new insite editor is the most remarkable feature of the new release. Introduces with version 4.0, the insite editor allows to change and format content directly within the page layout. The new editor in 4.1 extends the functionality, offering not... Read More →

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Mike Johnston

By Mike Johnston

April 23, 2013

It's one thing to feel overwhelmed with the task of finding and selecting a CMS, but what about finding a unique look to build your site off of? This is where themes and templates come in. Today, I'm going to share with you one of the places I recommend checking out in your search for a template or theme to use as a base to start from. One of the most popular (and largest) marketplaces for... Read More →

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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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