So you know you need to use a CMS for your publishing website. Whether it’s a news website, online newspaper subscription, or simply a portal of informational articles, using a CMS is obviously a no-brainer here.
If you’re considering starting a blog, you are thinking of the best content management system. Blogging is a great means of marketing today, whether you’re doing it for a personal website, to promote yourself, or for a business.
What is a CMS? Certain types of websites require a content management system (CMS) in order to function as needed. A CMS makes the process of managing large amounts of content easier, allowing you to add, modify, or remove content from a visual administration interface.
Content management systems are touted at making everything easy.
Every site administrator is all-too-familiar with the nuisance that are spam bots. Typically, spam bots will flood your website or blog with unsolicited comments and user registrations, which can be troublesome and time-consuming to remove.
Everyone knows that the performance of their own business is one of the most important aspects for its further development!
We recently received an enquiry from a Drupal customer of ours asking for our opinion as to why there is such a distinct difference between the drag-and-drop page builder offerings available for WordPress versus Drupal, and whether this was to do with an API limitation of Drupal.