Content Management Systems

A CMS is the easiest way to maintain a website

Content Management Systems remove the design and
technical skills needed when updating your site.

A CMS “is software that stores your website content, enables easy editing for novice web administrators, and allows multiple web administrators to log in to a single system and collaborate on updating your website.
Basically, we do the complicated work of actually building your site into the CMS… then give you the keys, and you have the ability to add and update content as you please.

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Five Useful Ways To Get More From Your Sitecore Content

Sitecore has become one of the most popular content manage systems (CMSs) with everyone from the website owner, to the developer and the end-user. In part, this is due to the fact that is simultaneously an extremely powerful and flexible platform that can also be made extremely simple to use. Undoubtedly one of the best […] The post Five Useful Ways To Get More From Your Sitecore Content appeared...


            Understanding WordPress Pages and the Pages API

Understanding WordPress Pages and the Pages API

There are differences between WordPress posts and pages. There are times when a post is more suitable to use, while for other types of content, a page is more appropriate. In this article, Ill cover what pages are and why they are different to posts. Ill then show you how to manage pages on a WordPress website. Finally, well take a look at some functions in the WordPress Pages API and have a play...


            Picking the Best Template for your WordPress Website

Picking the Best Template for your WordPress Website

Choosing a WordPress template that fits your business is almost as important as getting your company online in the first place. The post Picking the Best Template for your WordPress Website appeared first on MonsterPost.


            How to Easily Back Up WordPress Remotely: A Step-by-step Guide

How to Easily Back Up WordPress Remotely: A Step-by-step Guide

This article on how to back up WordPress remotely was originally published by Torque Magazine, and is reproduced here with permission. Learning to back up WordPress remotely is one of the most important things you can do. There is nothing worse than losing all your hard work and having no way of getting it back. For that reason, setting up a backup solution is a must do for any website owner. How...


            Planning a Business Website? WORDPRESS is The Way to Go!

Planning a Business Website? WORDPRESS is The Way to Go!

Launched 14 years ago in 2003 by Matt Mullenweg and Mike Little as a simple content blogging platform, WordPress is now the most popular and widely used Content Management System (CMS) in the world. From commercial websites to blogs, it is used by millions of websites globally. Currently the worlds top tech blogs are run on the WordPress platform and co-founder Matt Mullenweg came up with 51 tran...


            Whats Better? Multilingual WordPress Websites or Websites on Subdomains

Whats Better? Multilingual WordPress Websites or Websites on Subdomains

Imagine you are going to expand your business abroad. You have a well-functioning website in your local language. Now you need to place it to other markets in foreign languages. What will you do? Creating multilingual websites is not a simple task. But in this extensive article, we are going to guide you through all the important aspects. Make a coffee and start reading. What’s Better? One Multil...


            The Wix Code Database and Data Modeling

The Wix Code Database and Data Modeling

This article was created in partnership with Wix. Thank you for supporting the partners who make SitePoint possible. One of the cool features of Wix Code is the ability to separate your sites design and layout from its content. This means you can create and maintain your information in a database and then have your pages dynamically retrieve and display this information in whatever way you like. ...


            Lazy Loading for WordPress: How to Add It to Your Website

Lazy Loading for WordPress: How to Add It to Your Website

This article on lazy loading for WordPress was originally published by Torque Magazine, and is reproduced here with permission. Adding lazy load to your WordPress website is an effective tool to speed up your WordPress website. We have written extensively (we even made a case study) about how slow page loading speed negatively effects conversions, SEO, and other markers for online success. The fa...


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