Swift Web Development Techniques for Startup Landing Pages

by Jake Rocheleau

April 14, 2013 in design

When launching a new startup online you need to consider the features which will draw attention. Visitors can often be easily distracted when browsing the Internet. So ask yourself what value does your page really offer to the average visitor? Developers should think about these topics from a user experience point-of-view. Then the process of constructing usable website layouts should be a whole lot simpler.

I want to use this article for sharing a few tips and techniques on building startup landing pages. The process is not easy and doesn’t provide any foolproof method. Interesting features will change based on the type of service or product you are selling. But I do not think these generic models are too overbearing after you work out the kinks fitted into each design.

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A Collection of the 20 Most Used Content Management Systems

by Brant Wilson

April 11, 2013 in Business/Freelance

Setting up your own website used to be a very difficult task. In those days you really need to hire a professional to create even a simple web page. Back in those days you need to have the knowledge of coding CSS and HTML. Now even an amateur can create his or her own website because of content management systems or CMS. After you purchase your web host or if you prefer to get free hosting, you just need to install the CMS and in just a short moment you can already set up your own website that you’re very happy with. You can set it up the way you want and you don’t need to learn how CSS or HTML works, as CMS makes it much easier with their scripts.

There are a number of Content Management Systems available that are either offered for free or at a price. Choosing the CMS for you must depend on what you need and how advanced the CMS you prefer. There are many CMS that is really user-friendly while others are intended only for the professionals who know how to make their own scripts. Here are the 20 Most Used Content Management Systems:

26 Notable Content Management Systems worth Using

by Jake Rocheleau

in Resources

As new development techniques become commonplace we are witnessing more open source projects being published than ever before. Many of these projects revolve around CMS scripts for webmasters who need a reliable website platform. The most popular CMS products are free and open source, which offers high-quality management capabilities over the website and the page content. But there are so many options to choose from – it can be tough getting started.

I have put together this great collection of 26 very powerful Content Management Systems. You should take a look at these brands to see if anything catches your eye. Developers of Python, ASP.NET, PHP, and Rails should be able to find quality CMS products written in their favorite language. If you know about any other projects we may have forgotten please feel free to share in the post discussion area below.

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