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CAUTION! Don't Upgrade That Drupal or WordPress Site Quite Yet!

Wed, 04/23/2014 - 21:47 -- jenn

One of the strong upsides to using Drupal or WordPress for your website, is the fact that an open source community is constantly tinkering away, making the platform better and more secure.  Keeping up with core updates and module or plug-in updates is important.  Updates for both of these platforms come out fairly frequently and with a little knowledge can be completed fairly easily...assuming nothing goes wrong.  If you're in the tech industry and work with websites or code, you know the cardinal rule is to backup your site before you begin.

What is Responsive Layout, why do I need it and why does it cost so much?

Wed, 08/28/2013 - 17:50 -- jenn

It’s no secret that our world is going mobile, and not just mobile, but also tablet crazy!  Full sized tablets, mini tablets, big phones, small phones, laptops and desktops.  There are so many screens out there now, that a website might be viewed on, that it’s no longer a ‘one size fits all’ proposition, when you create a website.

Common misconceptions of the Open Source CMS

Fri, 05/17/2013 - 09:30 -- jenn

There are a lot of articles out there that will talk up how awesome a particular CMS is and another article with an equal number of complaints.  A CMS is awesome, provided you‘ve chosen the right CMS for your end goals and have a professional helping you make the most of the software.  While it’s nice to think that you can easily use a site CMS bundle right out of the box, the fact is that your site will be far more valuable to you if a professional assists in building it.

Here are some of the top CMS complaints and how to avoid their pitfalls.

Drupal 6 or Drupal 7?

Sat, 04/07/2012 - 21:28 -- liem


This is a fundamental decision I have been faced with on a nearly daily basis for the past 6 month: "Do I start this project on a base of Drupal 6 or Drupal 7"? Why is this an issue? Typically, when faced with a decision with a version, the automatic (and proper) response is to answer that with, "The latest and greatest.". However, as I write this, the decision with D6 vs D7 is not that cut and dried.

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