CMS2CMS, which we’ll be reviewing today, helps you migrate your website between different CMS platforms. Rather than having to manually move your content over, you can use CMS2CMS to move between an array of different platforms, taking along as much of your content as possible.
Many developers choose to build plugins for WordPress because of its dominance. Wide availability of plugins means that your non-profit can quickly add new features to your site without expensive and lengthy custom programming.
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Drupal developers tend to believe that migrating from Drupal to WordPress will be a painful experience and that WordPress cannot compete with Drupal’s features. Both views are incorrect.
WordPress is actually easier than you think to migrate to while the CMS contains many of the features that you rely on with Drupal thanks to Toolset. Furthermore, with the combination of Toolset and WordPress, it is much easier to build these advanced features than on Drupal.
Earlier this year Facebook introduced some changes to their API which broke autopost features in many plugins include Jetpack. Many users were up in arms against these changes as they could no longer post to their personal Facebook profiles or Facebook groups.
However, there is still a solution that works perfectly fine.
How WPML Contractors and Display as Translated Helps Businesses and Developers Build Multilingual Websites
You think you have identified the developer you want to build your multilingual website. But just like with lawyers, plumbers, or any other time you put the fate of an important project in the hands of a relative stranger, a lingering doubt always remains.
Have I made the right decision?
Luckily, it doesn’t have to be like this.
At least when it comes to developers. With WPML Contractors, you will find trusted professionals who have experience in building multilingual websites.
The new and controversial Gutenberg editor is expected to be rolled out together with the release of WordPress version 5.0 this coming 2018. Currently available only as a plugin, Gutenberg is set to replace the default WP Editor for good.
This has given rise to debates about the issue of Gutenberg’s readiness to replace the current one.
Even on WordPress’s forums, web developers have also voiced their concerns about Gutenberg as the default WordPress editor. Some say this will only allow clients to mess up their websites, leading to more work for the developers and less productivity overall.