All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Drupal’

WordPress by Far the Most Popular Blog Platform

A new study by Pingdom has revealed that WordPress is by far the world’s most popular blogging platform, and is used by 48% of the top 100 blogs on the internet, up from 32% 3 years ago. The chart below illustrates the top blogging platforms used by the top blogs over the last three years: As mentioned, WordPress takes up …

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Drupal Bringing Open Source CMS To The Masses

Open source is a fantastic element of the software ecosystem and recent studies have shown that it’s on par with traditional proprietary software. Drupal is one of the ring leaders in the open source movement by providing expansive, yet simple tools for Web site content management systems. It’s even so popular that it’s used for the White House’s Web site. …

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Google Friend Connect Heads to Drupal and Joomla

Google announced that Google Friend Connect features are now available for the Drupal and Joomla content management systems. This means that content publishers using these platforms can integrate Google’s product, which basically turns your site into a mini social network.

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Drupal: The Next King of CMS?

Earlier this month I mentioned on the Platinax forums that I was keeping an eye out on Drupal as a potential CMS for the future.

This week Aaron Wall put his weight behind predicting that in 2-3 years time Drupal will be the CMS of choice.

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Tired of Digg & Reddit?

One of the great things about Web 2.0 is that when you get tired for what ever reason of a site, it is usually simple to roll your own site to meet your needs, and probably the needs of many other people.

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Choosing a CMS to Build Your Website

Nothing irks a non-tech savvy person so much as an “opportunity” to manage his website him- or herself: creating each page individually from a template, copying the file to the FTP server, placing links from other pages manually and what not.

That’s what keeps content management systems alive: they make the whole process of building and managing website easy for a non-developer type of person. In this post, you can learn how to choose the right content management for yourself and your website.

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Four Steps To Web Development

IBM has been presenting tutorials on creating a closed-community website using open source tools, and covered the concept of approaching the site’s design.

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IBM Taps Drupal For Dev Project Tutorial

Part one of a new series at IBM developerWorks focuses on the choice of an open source content management platform for their closed community web site progress.

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Cool tools for RSS

While checking out the referral sources for our blog marketing tools, I came across some nifty RSS sites and resources:

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