|Forum: Content Management|
|Displaying Topics 19 - 58 (28 total) Sorted by: Thread-Subject, Direction: forward|
|19:|| Microsoft based CMS Composite.net goes Open Source!|
"Composite C1 allow website builders to get a user friendly CMS up and running fast and allow for customizations via free and commercial packages as well as tools targeting both frontend and backend developers."
|Sept 29, 2010|
|20:|| MovableType - Open Source Version||Dec 13, 2007|
|21:|| New Forum - Content Management|
"... majority of WebmasterWorld members have long since taken on the task of content generation on a daily basis. Either pushed there by contextual advertising systems, affilaite programs or because of blog influences - content is the king of todays successful websites."
|May 4, 2006|
|22:|| Pitfalls And Advantages of Switching From Static Site to a CMS||Jan 17, 2010|
|23:|| Pruning Low-Quality and Outdated Content|
WebmasterWorld Members discuss pruning low-quality content or outdated content from a site.
|June 4, 2016|
|24:|| Regular WordPress Updates Often Break Plugins|
The webmaster's dilemma: WordPress updates often end up breaking plugins, so is it best to wait before updating?
|Sept 27, 2011|
|25:|| Spam Control with Hashcash, Akismet, CAPTCHA or reCCAPTCHA|
"The Drupal community finally got most of the modules I wanted updated to Drupal 6, so I finally made the big upgrade. Everything was great, but none of the spam-control modules I use were updated and I soon found myself swimming in hundreds of spambot comment submissions every day."
|Oct 1, 2008|
|26:|| What Shall I Do With My Least Viewed Pages?|
"... I decided to have a look at my least visited pages. Some of these have been visited once in a month (as opposed to thousands for my more popular pages)."
|Dec 28, 2010|
|27:|| WordPress 3.0 Released|
"Developers and network admins will appreciate the long-awaited merge of MU and WordPress, creating the new multi-site functionality which makes it possible to run one blog or ten million from the same installation."
|June 17, 2010|
|28:|| Wordpress, Thesis Theme and the GPL Smackdown|
"... the license is clear and if you want to extend Word Press, you have to abide by that license, and premium themes are covered by that rule. Other premium theme authors like Brian Gardner have gone GPL and Thesis should too."
|July 21, 2010|