WordPress and Drupal are two of the best known CMS platforms operating online today. It’s difficult to compare the two, given their mutual histories and success. This guide will discuss each platform’s details and compare their overall accessibility, cost, and content customization processes.
When it comes to WordPress and Dreamweaver, which is better? How do their features compare, and, depending on your needs, which is the ideal choice? Let’s dive into all the nitty-gritty details, so you can select the content creation platform that’s right for you.
Creating a website user-flow before jumping in to development is a wise choice. Use this blog post as reference one what to do and how to effectively start a web build.
Understanding the difference between categories and attributes when setting up your eCommerce website is vitally important (if you want the User Experience to be just right).
We recently had a request from a client to use WordPress’ native video player (media embed). To be honest, even though it’s been around since WP 3.6 (August 1, 2013), We had never used it. We always recommend using Wistia, or at the very least Youtube or Vimeo. Google was unhelpful, so we put together a post explaining how to use it.
Plugins and widgets play a large part in the flexibility of WordPress, created by a large community intent on helping others customize their website and add necessary functions.
We’ve created a step-by-step tutorial on how to use your Staging area, giving you the freedom to add, edit, modify, delete, create, update, and test your site to your heart’s content without affecting the live site until you are 120% ready to make those changes live. And the best part is? It’s so easy!