If you’ve got a small, 5 page website – you probably don’t need a CMS. However, for those sites which use content as their key attraction tool (i.e. blogs, news websites, informative sites, etc) it pays to keep tabs on content movements. Our CMS solutions do just that.
Content Management at its Peak
Of all the content management solutions available to website developers these days, Joomla and Drupal are the only two which have withstood the test of time. Popular, easy to use and highly expandable, it’s always a pleasure to work with these CMS’s.
Less changeable than Drupal, Joomla is often used by small to medium sized businesses when an expensive, unique website is not required. Because the backbone for a content driven website is already in place with Joomla, we can focus our time on adding features and customizing themes, thus minimizing costs.
Drupal is used by some of the largest websites on the planet. Additionally, it is estimated that over 1% of all websites utilize Drupal in one way or another. Whilst we wouldn’t recommend a generic solution – Drupal’s customizability allows us to create a website which is truly unique on all levels for businesses big and small.
Custom CMS Design
Sometimes, generic content management scrips just don’t do the trick. They can often be either too complicated or not feature rich enough! Custom CMS design gets around this by creating a solution solely for you and/or your business.
Editors, Authors, Contributors
As owners of blogs and news sites will know, not all contributors are qualified to be editors. Likewise, not all editors are contributors. We understand this difference, and therefore incorporate access privileges in to all of our content management systems.
Extensions & Plugins
One of the most frequently praised features of both Joomla and Drupal is that extensions and plugins can be used without any changes to the underlying site infrastructure. Our expert team can build extensions and plugins from the ground up – with or without an existing CMS site up and running.
Both Joomla and Drupal rely on display themes. Essentially, a theme is the “look and feel” of the website. Of course, our team knows exactly how to create a visually impressive, psychologically apt theme to be applied to any Drupal or Joomla website.