CMS comparison 2018: The 5 most popular open source systems

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Range of functions, ease of use, and technical aspects: If you’re searching for the right content management system (CMS) for your website, many factors must be taken into consideration. Worlds lie between a small blog and a huge company website, but sometimes the same system is behind both. The market for open source solutions of the CMS variety is huge. Among the best known are WordPress, TYPO3,...

The flat file CMS: flat hierarchies for faster access

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Do you sometimes believe that less is more? CMS heavyweights such as WordPress, Typo3, or Drupal, aren’t always the best choice. They simply have too many features for small projects, simple blogs, or streamlined corporate websites. In cases like these, a flat file CMS is the best solution. These systems work without a MySQL server running in the background, and they provide surprising...

Overview of the best Magento extensions

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Selling goods online is no longer difficult. When using the open source program Magento, you can set up a powerful online shop. You can go even further by adding extra Magento extensions: more functions, easier operation, increased performance. You can find both free and paid Magento extensions easily on the market. But which Magento plugins are worth your time? We will walk you through it.

What makes the free Joomla templates so good?

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Does your website need a new design? It’s a breeze with Joopla – one of the most renowned content management systems. Numerous free Joopla templates are available online to all users. What they all have in common is an easy installation process and extensive design possibilites. Find out more about Joomla’s stylish templates and their main advantages.

10 free Drupal themes you should know about

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Acting as a template for web presences, themes can change your website’s appearance in the blink of an eye. If Drupal is your chosen CMS, you’ll never be short of layout options. When it comes to free Drupal themes, users are spoilt for choice. The hard part is knowing where to start! There are a lot of deciding factors here, including your knowledge of web design and what type of website you’re...

A New Way to WordPress: 4 Things to Know About Gutenberg

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As the launch of WordPress 5.0 approaches, website owners and developers are raising questions about the new Gutenberg plugin. In four easy points, this article provides a detailed overview of the usability, new features and technicalities of WordPress’ Gutenberg plugin, read on to find out more about this exciting update.

ProcessWire: the open source CMS for individual websites

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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...

What is the WordPress Maintenance Mode?

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When updating a WordPress website, perhaps with a switch to a new theme and the corresponding layout changes, or with an update to core files, you should utilise the WordPress Maintenance Mode. This prevents users from being met with an error message or even a blank page during the maintenance process. The maintenance mode allows you to create a static site that informs readers that the website is...

Creating an online store with WordPress and WooCommerce: This tutorial shows you how

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In order to successfully sell products in the age of mobile internet and digital offers, having a well-functioning online shop is a necessity. But how can you create your own online shop without resorting to expensive help? With WordPress and WooCommerce, you can quickly and easily set up your own web shop. We will show you how to do it with this step by step WooCommerce tutorial.

Get more from your own content with headless CMS

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If you want to juggle more than one channel with your content management system, you’ll quickly reach the limits. A classic CMS offers many simplifications, but at the same time is limited with its design options. For this reason, content creators sometimes rely on another solution: a headless CMS. This separates the frontend from the backend so that different websites and mobile apps can be...