Last Updated on Friday, 1 February 2013 06:30 Written by TJ Marsh Friday, 1 February 2013 12:00
Maybe you’ve heard that WordPress is a great tool to use as a CMS (Content Management System). Well, that’s right. Developed as a blogging tool, more and more users started to use WordPress as a Content Management System for their website. Today, WordPress is released as a publishing platform, which means it’s even better to use as a CMS. In this article, I want to explain why WordPress is such a good choice to use as a CMS.
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Last Updated on Monday, 31 December 2012 12:01 Written by Antonin Monday, 31 December 2012 12:00
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Last Updated on Sunday, 9 December 2012 10:29 Written by Nic Bug Sunday, 9 December 2012 12:00
One of my clients needed a convenient solution to apply collapsible content. So came up with a neat idea. You can see it in action here.
It is very easy to implement.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 17 October 2012 08:40 Written by Ken Griffith Tuesday, 16 October 2012 12:00
The CMS Made Simple Dev Team is delighted to announce the official release of our next major version, CMS Made Simple 1.11. There have been some significant and important changes. This release has undergone months of active and careful development by the CMSMS Dev Team. Additionally, a very active six week public beta program resulting in more testing than in any other CMSMS release should ensure that this version is the stable, fast, powerful, feature rich and easy to use content management system that you have come to expect.
So here are some of the major changes in CMSMS 1.11 [Read More at CMS Made Simple]Learn More
Last Updated on Friday, 5 October 2012 01:41 Written by Ken Griffith Wednesday, 10 October 2012 12:00
For years, CMS Made Simple used a Pretty URL system that embedded module parameters such as the detail page number and template into the URL as numbers. The Apache mod_rewrite logic would convert the URL into a php parameter string that the modules could parse to get the details they needed to display the page correctly. This system worked well, but was never fully satisfactory to many SEO practitioners who wanted to-the-letter control of the URL for any content or module detail page. So in CMS Made Simple 1.10 the Dev Team completely rewrote the URL path registration system to please the SEO gurus. But this removed the ability to pass module parameters via the URL.
There are two ways to work around this. First, many modules allow you to specify a default summary and detail template to use. This will work for most applications.Learn More
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