Category: 4 CMSs

  • 4 CMSs: WordPress’ Patterns made Blocks Useful (and Unmatched)

    It was a rough start… When WordPress launched the Gutenberg blocks plugin the bugs were plentiful and features minimal. The long running WYSIWYG editor, while stable and consistent, offered very little in the way of layout and dozens of 3rd party layout editors sprang up to bring more visual layout to WordPress’ otherwise powerful administration. […]

  • Conforming Images: WordPress Aspect Ratio

    Conforming Images: WordPress Aspect Ratio

    Adding images to posts can easily throw off grids of logos, lists of posts, and other series where images should all be the same size. Ideally, there will be an option when adding an image that aligns the image for that space. When setting up a theme, image sizes should be set up for the […]

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

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

    This project is testing a variety of Content Management Systems built on active sites with genuine, timely, content. In this way, we are testing each CMS in real world use, more extensively than would happen with just demo or “filler” content. Beginning with version WordPress 2.3, nearly 10 years ago, we started building by building […]

  • NGinx Locations for Multiple Dynamic Sites

    NGinx Locations for Multiple Dynamic Sites

    Skip to the Important Code Nginx is not only a fast server for single production sites but also a robust development server, with the right settings. With a default Nginx install, the /etc/nginx/sites-available/default serves overall index files for folders but doesn’t resolve queries to dynamic files. To fix this, create locations for each dynamic site. […]