We’ve been at this a long time; it seems like a lifetime ago that Gavick put out its first, flash-based theme back in 2007. At the time it was just a couple of people trying to put their hobby to good use; it wasn’t really expected to grow quite as much as it did. Over time our team and experience grew; flash-based websites went the way of the dodo as our focus shifted to creating modern Joomla! and WordPress themes that used all the emerging concepts and technologies such as CSS3, HTML5, responsive design and parallax effects; things move quickly in the online world, so there was always something new to learn.
Publii, the open-source static website CMS, makes starting your very own blog easier than ever before. Write and edit posts, change the look and feel of your site; in fact, take care of every aspect of your website, all from the comfort of your desktop; no need for a constant internet connection.
Developing a website that is going to work as the front warrior of your endeavours depends on some inevitable contributing factors like time, cost, expertise and planning. Ensuring the proper utilization of these contributing factors sometimes brings up a time consuming and lengthy circumstance.
Have you ever run into the situation where you have a lot of posts without a featured image and you need to change that to be able to use WordPress Themes which depend upon featured images in their layout? We’ve got a simple solution to this problem.
In the latest part of our series comparing Joomla! and WordPress, we dig deeper into the functionalities included with widgets and modules, and how they fit with the key philosophies of their respective CMS’ development.
Every theme market boasts huge sales for builder themes that let users drag & drop to build a site, but are they really the best choice for the average user? In this post, I’ll argue the case for sticking with singular, specific designs.
In part 3 of our series comparing Joomla and WordPress, we start exploring content creation, seeing how each CMS manages its frontpage and produces the content that will drive a website’s popularity.
If you’re looking to a powerful CMS to build your next website project on, then you’re spoiled for choice. Joomla! may not immediately come to mind, but it offers more flexibility than you might think; here’s 5 reasons that Joomla! can be a great choice, even for larger website projects.
In part 2 of our series comparing Joomla! and WordPress, we take a look at how they differ when it comes to updates and development, as well as examining the power of the menu in Joomla!