Do you ever get the feeling that the number of website management tasks competing for your time far outstrip the available hours in a workday? You're not alone. The race against time, it would seem, is universal to workplaces large and small.
In our recent Town Hall, Andy and Franz shared exciting news regarding their versioning and Expanded Security Maintenance (ESM) plans. This blog post will dive into the details of these updates, explaining their significance for users and the future of Concrete.
Maximizing Your Ecommerce Success: Must-Have Features for Your Online Store
Establishing an ecommerce platform is crucial for any business looking to sell products or services online. However, with numerous options available, selecting the right features for your ecommerce website can be overwhelming. In this blog post, we'll discuss a comprehensive list of essential ecommerce features that every website needs.
Robert Burns once wrote, Oh, would some power the gift give us, To see ourselves as others see us! This is something many business owners wonder: how do people see your brand? Do they perceive you in a positive or negative way? In the fast-moving world of modern business, many marketers and other professionals look to the world of psychology to answer these questions.
Exciting News! I'm thrilled to announce that I will be speaking at MatomoCamp 2023, the ultimate online gathering for Matomo Analytics enthusiasts. Save the date for November 9th and 10th, 2023, as Matomo Camp returns for its third edition!
We're actively seeking Concrete CMS case studies and exploring potential partnerships to strengthen our offerings and provide valuable insights to our community.
I recently had the pleasure of watching a captivating video presentation by my colleague Chiara. Her talk was nothing short of magical, as she explores the world of storytelling and its pivotal role in UX design. In this blog post, I'd like to share why I found Chiara's presentation truly exceptional and enlightening.
Web automation consists of setting up test scripts to carry out tasks automatically on the web. These tasks include things like navigating web pages, clicking links and buttons, filling out forms, and more. It has a lot of useful purposes, like automatically populating forms with data entry, or testing websites to make sure that they are working correctly.
Several tools and programming languages exist for the purpose of automating web tasks, and that is what we will be getting into in this article.
During this Find Out Friday we discuss some of the finer points of using Views and Controllers in Concrete CMS.
Web accessibility is a broad topic considering how we use the world’s most consequential invention: the Internet.