Two Trends of the Evolving CMS (Part 3)

On March 4, 2015, in WordPress, by Janice Burney

Driven by mobile device adoption, responsive design became an important factor behind web development requirements. Websites are no longer static, one-way content broadcasts. Websites are the hub for conversation, community and commerce. As part of an overall digital strategy, web content management needs to measure the impact of content while unifying and scaling mobile and […]

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WordPress Lessons Learned (Part 2)

On March 4, 2015, in WordPress, by Janice Burney

WordPress Lessons Learned Content management systems operate in a continually evolving landscape. The popularity of open source solutions has caused a shift among developers from custom coding environments to open source CMS solutions where the source code is completely open and available for customization. WordPress builds are well suited for sites that require less integrated […]

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WordPress As A CMS? (Part 1)

On March 4, 2015, in WordPress, by Janice Burney

WordPress released in 2003 was born from the desire for an elegant and well-architected personal publishing platform built on PHP and MySQL. Starting as a bloggers platform, WordPress evolved into a full web-based content management system with thousands of plugins, widgets and themes that offer a complete customizable enterprise solution.  As a free open source […]

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