I’m very pleased to inform everyone that we will be opening up nominations for the 2013 CMS awards on June 1, 2013. Thanks to the incredible success of last years awards, we’re excited to see how things evolve for 2013. We’re also introducing some new categories for this years awards. Here’s a full list of [...]
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Content management vendor, Ingeniux, has announced a significant new upgrade of their social collaboration platform, Cartella with their 4.0 release. Cartella comes in two editions, Intranet and Extranet. Some of the key benefits that Cartella offers include: Social Software Suite One application for blogs, documents, wikis, video, image sharing, and other social software tools. With Cartella [...]
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The Maglev plugin for Grails is an experimental tool for marrying the content-formatting power of Magnolia CMS with the easy data-driven tables of Grails. It’s an ideal way to quickly add tables full of data to your Magnolia content, and create rich database-driven Web sites. In this article, Peter Wayner introduces the Maglev plugin, explains [...]
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You’ve heard it ad nauseum — content is king. Yes, it’s still king. Every Internet factotum must also be a connoisseur of content. If you’re not exactly feeling all Stephen King about your writing prowess, there’s still hope. It comes in the form of seven outstanding web tools that can kick your writing up to [...]
Koken is one of our picks as a top CMS for photographers. Just this week, they made an already good CMS a whole lot better. Koken 0.8, announced on May 9, includes a lineup of great new features and capabilities. We’ll touch on the highlights. Make SEO-Friendly Links Koken’s [...]
A photography website is all about the pictures. If you are creating a website for your photography business, you need a CMS that lets you make huge galleries and amp up your graphics potential. Your CMS should make it incredibly easy to upload photos and prominently display them. We’ve done a roundup of the best [...]
While we tend to share our own opinions on this site frequently in the form of our various CMS reviews, it’s nice to hear what the rest of the community thinks as well. For this reason, today we’re hoping to drive some discussion about what CMS you use and why? Regardless of the purpose [...]
ProcessWire, the winner of our Best Free CMS award in last year’s Critic’s Choice Awards, has a new release available for public consumption. Thanks to numerous optimizations and improvements, ProcessWire 2.3 is the fastest, smartest and most capable version yet. In version 2.3 of ProcessWire, major upgrades have been [...]
Braindigit announces the release of SageFrame 2.1, an enhanced version of SageFrame2.0. SageFrame is a highly extensible CMS, that helps users build their sites, and builds them to perfection. SageFrame is an open source CMS that is released under the MIT License and built on ASP.NET technology. As a matter of fact, SageFrame is much more than a [...]
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One of the best things about SharePoint is its name. The moniker suggest a friendly place where people can gather, work, and say to themselves, “a good time was had by all.” If the greatest thing going for a software is its name, then it probably has some shortcomings elsewhere. SharePoint has shortcomings, and in [...]
Telerik’s Web Content Management (WCM) platform, Sitefinity, has announced the release of the 6.0 edition. With this release, Sitefinity becomes the first platform that allows business users to take advantage of all three mobile development strategies—Responsive Web Design, mobile websites, and mobile apps. Business users can now deliver the right mobile presence optimized for multiple [...]
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Five months after the initial release of Kajona 4, the first update v4.1 focuses on simplicity. Besides regular bug fixes and optimizations the new insite editor is the most remarkable feature of the new release. Introduces with version 4.0, the insite editor allows to change and format content directly within the page layout. The new editor [...]
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If you aren’t used to using an open source CMS, then you may have fallen victim to several popular myths. Even those who are familiar with the open source environment believe some of these myths. For both avid open source users and proprietary CMS users, we offer fair warning regarding the four worst myths about [...]
Joomla today announced the immediate availability of Joomla 3.1. The biggest feature of Joomla 3.1 is Tags, a built-in tagging system that allows dynamic tagging across content-types. Tags hasn’t been created for articles only, but rather Joomla integrated tagging into other areas of its core that made sense (e.g. contacts, feeds, etc). For example, Tags [...]
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Microsoft SharePoint emerging as CMS platform of choice but new research highlights ‘gaps’ that information professionals seek to fill
Microsoft SharePoint has emerged as the gateway to the mass of stored enterprise information that organizations around the world rely on to conduct business each day, but there are areas in which its capabilities need to be augmented by additional applications – particularly for metadata management and automatic classification – according to new research. A [...]
It’s one thing to feel overwhelmed with the task of finding and selecting a CMS, but what about finding a unique look to build your site off of? This is where themes and templates come in. Today, I’m going to share with you one of the places I recommend checking out in your search for a [...]