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WordPress vs Joomla : Which CMS Should You Choose?

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index   While there is a large number of Content Management Systems (CMS) to choose from, few CMS platforms are more popular and more widely used than WordPress and Joomla. Some wrongly believe that Joomla and WordPress are popular simply because they are the oldest. In reality they are neither the oldest nor the pioneers of the CMS space. In fact, there are plenty of CMS platforms that existed before the turn of the millennium. WordPress didn’t rear its head until 2003, and Joomla didn’t show up until around 2005.

The popularity of either platform is largely due to its ease of use. The birth of the widely accepted open source CMS has given millions of users all around the power to create their own dynamic websites. Even some giant brands have turned to open source content management to streamline the web content management process.

In this post, we aim to give you the information you need to make the decision between the Joomla or WordPress CMS.

What is a Content Management System?

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Inspirational Examples of Eye Catching Website Design

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Best Psd Freebies

This website is very clean, neat, and has an amazing front page featured slider. A well laid out site that makes great use of white space.

Best Psd Freebies

 

37 Signals

A very nice and simple site again that does something that most sites don’t do. They center everything. It really works for this website.

37signals

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May
22

Free Zocial Button Set: Social CSS3 Buttons

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Download The Button Set For Free

This button set is free to use and extend, personally or commercially. No attribution is required.

Features

  • 100%-vector CSS3 buttons
  • @font-face icons and custom font files
  • 72 services supported
  • Button and icon versions supported
  • Em sizing for full scalability
  • Generic primary and secondary action buttons for consistency
  • Graceful degradation on older browsers

Preview

Screenshots of each set are below. Or view a live demo.

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Apr
21

62 Popular And Promising Web Design Blogs

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63 Popular And Promising Web Design Blogs

1. Noupe

Recently blog has been sold to SmashingMagazine, so there should be interesting things happening. Noupe passionately delivers stylish and dynamic news for designers and web-developers on all subjects of design, ranging from; CSS, Ajax, Javascript, web design, graphics, typography, advertising & much more.

Noupe

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Apr
21

30 Bad Practices of Web Designers

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Every once in a while you will come across a page that just doesn’t seem ‘right’. There are three elements of a website that can be harmed by bad practice:

  • The website lacks something in its design.
  • The content is written badly.
  • The search engines don’t like something about the site.

Considering the three points above, this article will explains the do’s and dont’s of certain design habits.

1. Using ancient markup

Websites link directly to technology, and technology is about keeping updated. In the era of XHTML, we need to keep updated with the standards to have solid websites. So instead of using that <br> tag, give the <br /> a spin. Know where to self close a tag or place the doctype. For a good resource for those beginning markup, HTMLDog has good tutorials to learn how it all works.

Bad:

  • Using deprecated markup
  • Choosing not to use a doctype
  • Using table based layouts
  • Self-closing tags that shouldn’t be self-closed

Good:

  • Using the latest and greatest markup that is fully-supported
  • Always using Doctypes
  • Using <div> tags for positioning
  • Using a CSS Stylesheet
  • Validating your markup with the W3C Validator

2. Choosing invasive or distracting backgrounds

backgrounds

When the internet started, people were so amazed that they were able to publish stuff publicly that they didn’t think about readability and presentation. Choose a background that is appealing but doesn’t distract the reader.

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