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Web Technology Entries
Choosing the right CMS for your institution can be challenging. In this article, we’ll give you some guidelines for making the right choice, and we’ll break down some of the top players for you.
At VisionPoint Marketing, all of our processes are guided by a simple, but vital methodology. First think, then create, then measure. This post is about measurement. It’s one thing to create a beautiful higher education website, it's another to know how your investment in time and money is paying off.
Web analytics tools can help you gauge how well you are achieving your goals through your website. But how?
In my years of developing for the web, we have gone through many transitions. I remember using the Photoshop splice tool to generate table based websites for me. I remember moving the xHTML and CSS and developing static HTML sites in Dreamweaver. I then used my first CMS, Textpattern and began to love the lack of redundancy that I gained by using a more intelligent system than Dreamweaver. Soon after my short time with Textpattern, I moved on to developing in Expression Engine. It was here that I developed my first love affair with a CMS. I feel so empowered by the openess of Expression Engine. I had developed mainly on EE for the past 4 or so years and I have loved it.
Recently, we have had more Drupal projects that have been coming in and this has given me the opportunity to work with Drupal 6. I am currently leading a Drupal project for a Community College and it has been an adventure to say the least. I was brought on to the project about halfway through it with absolutely no Drupal knowledge at all.