10 Great Content Management Systems to Choose From

From the last decade, we have seen a rise in the availability of Content Management Systems that help us to improve the various ways that we build a websites, from content creation to a full site management.

Content Management Systems is an important shift in the way we publish online. Lately we have seen a rise in the availability of various development tools that have help us to improve the quality of website wether it’s creating content, site management etc..

This solution has provided us with a range of content management systems that comes with modern features. In the old days, building a simple website involved a lot of obstacles to deal with. Luckly for us these days thanks to a CMS it’s changed the game quite dramatically as nearly any one can create a basic or complex website as a modern CMS contains all the necessary features to manage everything so one needs such as text, photos, media etc.

So for this roundup you will find below a list of 10 great and useful content management systems which that can be used to build any kind of website projects.

1. WordPress


Started in 2003 WordPress has grown to one of the largest self hosted blogging system in the world and why would i call it’s a blogging system well it’s started as a blogging system.

But since then it has evolved to be used as full CMS that comes with thousands and thousand of free and paid for plugins and widgets and themes.

featuring in WordPress is their flexibility and simplicity core that lets you the user to create publish something awesome along with their media management tool that lets you easily upload images & media into your site, freedom to create your own community and extend your community with a Multilingual extentsion, to helping you get on to google with their SEO plugins that the WordPress community developed plus more

And like WordPress says that its only limited only by your imagination.

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WordPress Wednesday – 6 Fabulous Google Map Plugins

Google maps has always been a great utility to list your business location on websites easily plus there are so many great plugins and tools that are available which allow you to list your business location with minor knowledge.

With any available Google Map Plugins for WordPress you can simply embed Google Maps on your site, so for this WordPress Wednesday roundup will features 6 fabulous Google Maps plugins that you can easily customise it to suit your needs.

1. Google Map Easy – Free


The Google Map Easy plugin is an excellent way to make a beautiful map on your website and to help your clients in discovering your location on the google map.

The Google map allows you not only to mark the place of your business location, but also to show people its coloured pictures. You can attach photos and videos to the google map marker description and make your potential visitors to feel the atmosphere inside your restaurant, shop or other place of interest.

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Freebie Tuesday – 19th of January – Accent Free Typeface


Accent is an experimental typeface especially designed for small words and short titles. When you download the free TTF file you will happy to know that you can use this typeface on both commercial and personal use.
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New HandPicked Goodies for Designers & Developers for January 2016

It’s the first handpicked roundup for 2016 and many designers, developers and even graphic designers has started back at work and most of us are now looking for all of those new resources, tools and apps that can help us.

So this monthly round up of the newest handpicked resources features everything from some great new jQuery plugins, to some great apps for your iOS devices, to some great resources in a free placeholder images, CSS tools, new framework to the newest WordPress plugins & themes and I’ve have also included some fonts and icons.



Feature.js is a fast, simple and light­weight browser feature detec­tion library. Features has no dependencies and weighs only 1kb minified and gzipped. Feature.js automati­cally initia­lises itself on page load, so you don’t have to. It doesn’t, however, run any tests while ini­tia­lizing, so it will only ever run them when you ask it to. This makes it perform very fast.

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