If you spend any time at all hanging around with web developers, eventually you will hear mysterious acronyms like CMS start cropping up in conversation. A CMS, or Content Management System, can be used to provide a publishing platform for your company website.
The big CMS players
There are hundreds of Content Management Systems available, all of which have their own niches. Some of the most popular CMS platforms are completely license free, helping to reduce website running costs over the long
When developing for clients on the WordPress CMS platform you must also be literate in how you can secure your WordPress install from malicious attacks, outsourcing your IT department is one of the best ways to protect your business.
Some ways in which you can do this are very simple and can be solved by little more than installing a plugin. There are plenty of other security geniuses within the WordPress community. We also cover some more complex security fixes, which require
Hello my name is Alex, i’m starting out doing some work for Bytewire, and as part of my initial personal development I am getting familiar with Wordpress. Having never used Wordpress before, it’s a jaunt into a new space of the web for me. I’m going to document my research and development in the form of regular blog posts on bytewire.co.uk (right here) as to perhaps help others following a similar path to me.
As the use of Wordpress continues to grow with bloggers and web designers the number of plugins created is also increasing. Some plugins are superb and can really make a difference between a sub standard Wordpress blog and an excellent one, however this is not the case for all the plugins.
Wordpress is becoming a more widely used tool by web developers to create websites. Originally Wordpress was seen solely as a tool for blogging, they were easy to setup and you can choose from a selection of free templates to make your blog stand out from the crowd.