Support for a software does not end all of a sudden (well, to some people it does… much like new year’s eve being surprisingly early), normally there are fixed time frames for how long a particular piece of software is being supported.
Enriching your website with semantic markup enables you to describe the meaning of a web page for search engines.
Relaunching a website can be a daunting task. Depending on your goals it can contain challenges in all areas involved.
You are thinking about using an Open Source Software but are unsure whether you might get the same support that a paid software would have. In the following sections we’re presenting the different levels of support you can leverage for typical open source projects.
In a developer friendly CMS it takes less effort to implement changes. Less effort commonly means it’s cheaper. So let’s see what makes a CMS developer friendly.
Today there's a myriad of options available when you’re looking for the right CMS to build your website. In this post we want to share some advice on what you should consider when choosing a CMS.
When the TYPO3 GmbH was founded, one of the products planned was an official TYPO3 partner program, scheduled for the first half of 2017. To make good on that promise, we are currently working hard on the concepts and design of that program.
Websites today thrive on content; preferably high-quality content. To generate content you have editors working in your CMS day-in, day-out.
The TYPO3 Workbench Plugin is an Firefox add-on that helps you to manage your TYPO3 Projects and offers you often needed information in the development process.
Choosing software is a difficult process. You need to find a solution that fits your needs, it has to have all the features you need and last but not least it needs to be reasonably priced.
Several days ago Cloudflare announced on their blog that their image optimization engine "Polish" has been enhanced with a new feature that's enables recompressing images with the WebP format. To understand what this means, we need to understand what Cloudflare does in the first place.