Content Management

CMS products are used to handle the content of most websites today. There is a huge number of CMSs to choose from, and many have severe accessibility and usability problems for content editors and site visitors alike.

The XHTML Way

HTML vs XHTML and separating data from formatting explained.

Posted on October 11, 2004

Copy and Paste

A description of problems caused by character encoding mismatches.

Posted on September 26, 2004

Open Source CMS recommendations wanted

Back in April, I posted Content Management System needed, asking for advice on which CMS to recommend for a client….

Posted on September 10, 2004

The perfect weblog system

A long and very detailed outline of what would make a great weblog system.

Posted on August 12, 2004

Tag transformations

A bunch of clever ways of using PHP to replace custom tags with HTML tags.

Posted on August 9, 2004

What is RSS/XML/Atom/Syndication?

Dave Shea explains RSS, XML, Atom, syndication, news feeds etc.

Posted on May 19, 2004

Content Management System needed

On behalf of a client, I’m looking for a web standards-compatible CMS. I need to find a system that allows…

Posted on April 4, 2004

Why Content Management Fails

Jeffrey Veen of Adaptive Path on the problems with content management.

Posted on April 1, 2004

Bad content will ruin your site

After reading D Keith Robinson’s Content Management - A Process, Not a Technology and then the article he links to,…

Posted on November 3, 2003

CMS, standards and semantics

A few years ago, web designers and developers nearly always were the ones who filled their client’s sites with content….

Posted on July 31, 2003

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