WordPress seems to be the natural choice when building a web site these days, and with good reason. For the most part. Its ease of use, even for a novice webmaster, makes it easy for a non-technical person to update their website once a web developer has built it for them. And that’s fine for a small business or hobbyist. But for an enterprise level website, care must be taken to choose the right content management system for the job, now and well into the future. In some cases, the best choice might not be WordPress.
CMS Made Simple
Even though I no longer develop for CMS Made Simple doesn’t mean I don’t appreciate its beauty and power — in the hands of the right designer. Here is the third in a series of CMS-MS showcases featuring sites powered by this lesser-known CMS. Also check out the CMS MS Showcase curated by my friend, […]
This post has been a long time coming. I’ve had a love-hate relationship with CMS Made Simple for a number of years now. It can be quite idiosyncratic. But then, so can WordPress. But the big difference is that when WordPress misbehaves, there are myriad resources to help you get back up on your feet. […]
CMS Made Simple is the CMS I seem to have a love-hate relationship with. I first started dabbling in it around mid-2007. I was immediately taken with the fact that it’s so easy to create your design and plop it into the CMS. There’s even a famous video illustrating just how to do it. Your […]
We’ve just significantly revamped and updated our whitepaper, CMS Shootout: WordPress Versus CMS Made Simple. Download it below. Download the Whitepaper JoniJoni Mueller has been designing web sites for hire since 2003, when she first blew up her web host’s server by insisting on running Greymatter. Since then, Joni has designed for Blogger and Movable […]