Studiopress has been a major player in the WordPress community for years with their flagship theme framework, Genesis. I’ve come to expect a certain level of quality from the people behind StudioPress. When I heard that they were offering a moderately reasonable managed Wordpress hosting service. I had to check it out myself in this StudioPress Sites review. In this review we look at the pros and cons of using the new StudioPress Sites managed hosting service. Overview Before getting into the details, I want to go over the a brief overview of my main thoughts on the service.… Read More →
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How would you feel about increasing the number of productive hours you spend working every day, without working harder, or for longer? What about eliminating errors, enhancing your business processes, and reducing all the dreaded admin you have to do? Good news, you can — It’s all about automation. One thing every small business owner, entrepreneur, middle-manager or startup can agree on is that there’s never enough time to get everything done.… Read More →
Are you tired of having a CMS that just doesn’t do what you want it to? Do you feel like you are just babysitting your CMS, taking care of the web servers, upgrades, hotfixes, backups, and constantly dealing with a growing list of plugins? Isn’t it frustrating when you have to rewrite your awesome code because your CMS just refuses to play nice? Are you tired of creating different versions of the same content to optimize it for various channels? Wish there was another way? Now, there is. Kentico Cloud is the cloud-first headless CMS for digital agencies and their clients.… Read More →
Cloud-first headless CMS in the SaaS model is clearly going to revolutionize content production and delivery to a multi-channel, multi-device generation.… Read More →
Through the years, CMS products have generally been built as a coupled CMS. This architecture includes everything in a single application: the content repository, the back-end UI for editors, the templating system, and all your custom code. It’s a popular approach because it requires only a single environment, and is easy to set up and manage. Coupled Architecture Has Its Issues In the coupled architecture, the CMS code is tightly connected with your templates and custom code.… Read More →