Posts in cms Category

Web CMS Kudos

CMS Watch released their latest report on various open source and commercial CMSs. You will have to buy the detailed report but you can see the criteria used, with Plone on the top. Of course, rankings are just numbers, and they will always cause speculation. [Continue]

What To Look For In A CMS?

One of the discussions with my friends hovered around what to look for in a CMS. With so many available choice surely becomes difficult. Also the fact that many RAD frameworks for Web like Ruby on Rails, Django, Symfony and many more are in the choice-land has only made the selection more difficult. [Continue]

Accessible CMSs

Most of the times we consider accessibility of only the published content. Not of the interface where the content is created or managed. Most popular reason being that the published content is where the meat is, the administration interface of content management interface or the backend is only the means, not the output itself. [Continue]

Adoption Of PHP 5

Ryan Boren discusses adoption of PHP 5 for WordPress. I see two factions here – the developers who like the goodies in PHP 5 and want to use them, and the application developers who want to make sure that it does not hurt the end users. Both of them are right in their own place, in my opinion. [Continue]


I am sure a lot of you are aware of WYSIWYG. Most of the editors where you can select the font, the style and the colors are WYSIWYG editors, where the underlying markup is hidden under these GUI controls for formatting. I got introduced to What You See Is What You Mean (WYSIWYM) through Peter Krantz. [Continue]

OOP In Procedural Programming

In my recent training sessions on OOP I kept on stressing that it is more about the concept rather than the multitude of keywords like class, object or interface. Essentially, these concepts can be applied even in a procedural programming language, or a language that does not support OOP through constructs and keywords and enjoy its advantages. Tim Berners Lee pointed to the document Drupal Programming from an Object Oriented Perspective. [Continue]

More Interesting Uses Of WordPress

Lorelle points to a detailed article on using WordPress for online magazines. Max says: WordPress, however, is an extensible website content management system that can be used to run magazine-type websites. Here are steps I took to turn this online magazine on Cebu from a blog into its current presentation. [Continue]



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