Dynamic websites with feature rich content management systems have been around for many, many years now, and offer a lot more features and flexibility compared to static websites, yet so many websites are still being developed as a static site over a content managed (dynamic) website.
I am always trying to find ways to streamline and speed up my work activities. Blogging using WordPress is something that I find a little tedious, especially if I have images to add. Going through the image uploading and inserting process is counterproductive.
I’m always looking for great iPhone apps that can help with my interests such as work and social media. Today I found what may end up being one of my favourites, a WordPress app for the iPhone.
I am big fan of the Joomla Content Management System. I must have developed over 50 websites using Joomla over the past few years. With so many advantages over other systems it is my CMS of choice. That said, it’s still not widely known outside the tech world, with so many website owners not hearing of it.This blog is to provide some information about the benefits of using Joomla.
One of the biggest issues I have with some web and graphic designers is that they still do not provide website content management systems (CMS) for clients and are still developing static websites in plain HTML. That means separate files for each webpage with the design and content embedded into each file (shivers run down spine). Not at all good for updating design or maintaining content.