PHP

How PHP7 speeds up the internet

Those running dynamic websites that use complex content management systems benefit from quick loading times. In comparison to its predecessors, PHP7 is a new script language that noticeably shortens loading times for pages. This new feature increases both performance as well as user-friendliness for your web presence.   

WordPress Migration: Tips for server migration

There is much more going on behind WordPress blogs than the average visitor is aware of. In addition to texts, pictures and other graphics, it is primarily the behind-the-scenes aspects like plugins and user settings that make the site what it is. All of these features have to be taken into account when migrating from A to B. Thanks to tools like migration plugins, moving your WordPress blog to a [...]   

papaya CMS: content management for professionals

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The CMS, papaya, is lauded by its developers as a high performance content management system – a fully justified claim, considering the software’s wide range of smart and powerful functions. But is papaya CMS a viable option for any web project? And what exactly are this program’s strengths and weaknesses?   

From eZ Publish to eZ Platform: an intro to eZ Systems CMSs

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eZ Publish and its follow-up programs, eZ Platform and eZ Studio, specialize in creating and publishing content for extensive web presences. The business CMS solution can be used for commercial websites as well as community, e-commerce, and other online platforms. But are eZ Publish CMS applications really as user-friendly as their developer promises?   

The ten best .htaccess tricks

Are you the webmaster of an Apache server? Then you should definitely use .htaccess. This text-based configuration file is an easy outlet for changing server settings. Once you know how to create a file and use a few .htaccess tricks, you can begin configuring your sever.   

Create your own visitor counter: How it works

At the start of the internet, a visitor counter on a website was a classic marketing instrument that significantly helped the success of a web presence. Today, the practical scripts are primarily used for presenting click numbers on specific content, such as videos or blog entries, as well as for collecting basic user data for web analysis. If you don’t want to rely on free or paid downloads, or [...]   

Learn PHP: our all-encompassing PHP tutorial for beginners

With a market share of more than 80%, PHP is the go-to scripting language for many programmers when it comes to creating dynamic content. Whether you’re operating your own weblog, running an internet forum, or designing an online shop, it’s likely that the software behind this will be written via PHP. Our PHP tutorial for beginners will introduce you to the basics of the popular scripting [...]   

CodeIgniter: The lean PHP framework

CodeIgniter is an open-source PHP framework developed by EllisLab that is currently under the patronage of the British Columbia Institute of Technology. The slim software is based on an MVC architectural structure, offers detailed documentation, and is praised for its performance. We present the makeup, structure, and application flow of the CodeIgniter framework with detailed code examples and [...]   

ExpressionEngine – the flexible CMS

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ExpressionEngine from EllisLab markets itself as ‘the most powerful and flexible content management system’. Are they right? Brands like Nike, Apple, and the BBC seem to think so. In this CMS review, we’ll take a look at ExpressionEngine’s features, extensions, SEO, pricing, and more, to help you decide if this fee-based content management system is right for you.   

Composr 10: the new CMS from ocPortal

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The UK-based CMS ocPortal has undergone a rebrand: presenting Composr 10. Following in the footsteps of ocPortal 9, this CMS offers an all-in-one solution for web presences, with no need for extensions or templates. But who is Composr 10 suited to? And how does it compare to the CMS market leaders?