WordPress or HTML?

By Philippe Bodart | Created on June 23, 2017

There are basically two popular approaches to take when you decide to build a website. You can go to a static HTML website or a Content Management System (CMS) such as WordPress or Joomla. If you are new to building and managing websites, then you might wonder what the big difference is between these two

Concept for a better Netlify CMS editor / Part 2

By Philippe Bodart | Created on June 22, 2017

This post is going to be more practical and explain some solutions that could be used to either improve or be starting stone for the next Netlify CMS that the community could build upon. Here are some goals from all the data and research gathered in part 1 that Ill try to solve Continued

Headless, But Not Brainless Web CMS

By Philippe Bodart | Created on June 22, 2017

With the rising buzz of headless CMS, comes the rising misunderstanding that CMS systems must fall into one of two categories: fully headless systems that require a from-scratch build for every new touchpoint, or page-based systems that are locked into desktop websites. This, of course, just isnt true. Continue reading...

5 Ways To Maintain Brand Consistency As You Grow Your Business

By | Created on June 19, 2017

If you’re like many leaders, the early stages of your business required a lot of decision-making, from fundamental decisions like your core services or products all the way to decisions about design. Whether you put a ton of time into each and every ...

What to Consider When Purchasing a Web CMS

By | Created on June 19, 2017

As content marketing is driving business revenue, price should be irrelevant — it is value that matters. Content can come from many sources, including from the traditional notion of a CMS, but needs to be mixed, tagged, targeted, translated and generally ...

7 Reasons to Ditch Your CMS and Consider a Static Site Generator

By | Created on June 19, 2017

For many years, publishing a website was out of reach many users. HTML authoring, hosting accounts, and managing the update of the hosted files was too much for average non-technical folks. Nowadays a user can sign up for a Tumblr account and be typing their first post within minutes. As users became more sophisticated, blogging platforms like WordPress provided ownership of their content. But WordPress and its peers still have a number of moving parts. This is overkill for someone who just wants to blog while still owning it. A recent answer to this is the static site generator (SSG). Lets explore why...Read the full article: 7 Reasons to Ditch Your CMS and Consider a Static Site Generator

CMS Static Websites

By Philippe Bodart | Created on April 26, 2017

Choosing between a Git-based CMS or an API-driven CMS for managing and updating your Static Website

Progressive Web APPS - Next step in Responsive Web Design

By Philippe Bodart | Created on April 24, 2017

Smashing Magazine, one of the largest and most influential online publications for web design, posted that their website was “now running as a Progressive Web App.

Wordpress hacking spree sees more then 1 million web pages defaced

By Philippe Bodart | Created on February 13, 2017

A hacking spree has seen tonnes and tonnes of Wordpress blogs defaced, and probably caused a lot of people to try and remember their password so that they can log in and check whether they have been affected.

CMS-functionality for static websites

By Philippe Bodart | Created on January 3, 2017

I just dumped my old web CMS, got the hang of a static site generator, and really like the simple, lightweight and maintenance-free feel of it... would I ever revert back

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