4 CMSs: Comparing Craft CMS, Ghost, Netlify CMS, and WordPress

We’ve been developing on WordPress for just over a decade now. Beginning with version 2.3, we built sites with custom themes and no plugins; simple sites with essential information. As we’ve built dozens of sites, requirements have expanded with each development including extensive maps, comprehensive forms, and eCommerce. However, we continue to build the simple …

Upgrading to React 2 is easier than shoehorning ES6 fixes into React 1

Title is pretty self explanatory. After a long battle, many many yarns later, it turned out that trying to get CK Editor to work in an older version of React Scripts, as an example, was far too much work. What’s more, there aren’t too many barriers in moving from React Scripts 1 to version 2. …

Two-Factor Authentication is a necessity.

Two-Factor Authentication is an additional step in signing into social media, applications, or websites using rotating randomly generated codes. At first, the added layer might seem time consuming and even unnecessary but it can actually save time and make collaboration easier, in addition to adding security. This layer of security also might seem technical or …

“Easy” Website content editing made difficult, then easier again. WYSIWYGs, Block Editors, and continual, unsustainable, HTML editing.

For many coders, content editing in CMSs is a secret torture. Sometimes HTML tags work in widgets, sometimes not, other times What You See Is What You Get editors show more options than actually work. All this leads to coders avoiding WYSIWYGs, and “easier” content editing, instead opting for pasting in our own custom HTML.