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Posts Tagged ‘cms’

PHP CMSes done right: how to enable clients to edit content appropriately

In the previous post, I talked about how CMSes harm websites. I debunked the oft used selling points of faster, cheaper and client empowerment over websites and explained how CMSes butcher semantic markup, code decoupling, tasteful style, speed optimisations, maintenance ease and code freedom. Now I want to mention a few ways how a CMS […]

Content Management Systems harm websites

Yes, you read that right! Customers looking to build a web application are often wooed by the many ‘benefits’ of using a Content Management System. But before we begin: What is a content management system (abbreviated CMS)? When a web site is built, complicated code is written to allow it to function. Some of this […]

FrogCMS: a simple, clean CMS.

The other day I was looking for a CMS to run E2-Productions on. People who exclaim “what? You’re not going to engineer your own solution?” clearly have their priorities in the wrong places. If there’s one thing I learned in programming, it’s never, ever to reinvent the wheel. (unless you don’t know how wheels work […]