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ProcessWire

ProcessWire: the open source CMS for individual websites

Do you want to create web pages and have as much freedom as you need? WordPress may be the undisputed market leader, but it also contains unsafe plugins that make attacks easier for hackers or greatly increase loading times. If you are looking for a highly flexible solution that is relatively easy to get to grips with, especially for users with some previous experience, then ProcessWire may be the...

The basics of domain redirects

Domain redirects via .htaccess, PHP, HTML, and JavaScript

So you want to redirect your domains or subdomains to other URLS, but you don’t know how? Essentially, domain redirects can be carried out on both a server-side as well as client-side basis. These are divided into two categories: the first one consists of redirects via .htaccess or PHP. Client-side options rely on the HTML meta tag, ‘refresh’, or JavaScript. Find out here which option is best for...

ExpressionEngine – the flexible CMS

ExpressionEngine – a CMS designed for designers

ExpressionEngine from EllisLab markets itself as ‘the most powerful and flexible content management system’. Are they right? Brands like Nike, Apple, and the BBC seem to think so. In this CMS review, we’ll take a look at ExpressionEngine’s features, extensions, SEO, pricing, and more, to help you decide if this fee-based content management system is right for you.

Composr

Composr 10: ocPortal’s WordPress alternative

The UK-based CMS ocPortal has undergone a rebrand: presenting Composr 10. Following in the footsteps of ocPortal 9, this CMS offers an all-in-one solution for web presences, with no need for extensions or templates. But who is Composr 10 suited to? And how does it compare to the CMS market leaders?

Your own knowledge base with wiki software

Your own knowledge base wiki software

Do you ever find yourself grabbing your smartphone mid-conversation to look something up on Wikipedia? Since the boom in mobile technology, instant access to information has become a part of everyday life, and Wikipedia is the most prominent knowledge bank of all, demonstrating the possibilities of this slimmed down CMS. But how exactly do you go about creating a wiki?


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