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by Robby Schlesinger

When developing a custom website design, the PHP programming language offers a myriad of options suited to just about every kind of project imaginable. It’s incredibly well-documented and enjoys a large developer community, making it ideal for projects that need custom work. It’s the backbone behind popular content management systems such as WordPress, Joomla, and Drupal. Some projects are too complicated for a standard CMS and require robust frameworks that allow for further customization. PHP is equally well-suited to projects like this as it offers many great frameworks that allow for powerful and dynamic web projects. Top web design companies are well-versed in many frameworks to better serve their customer’s needs. Here are some of our favorites at Dotlogics.

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by Jacqueline Routh
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If you’re looking into redesigning your current website or want to build a new one entirely, you should give some consideration to developing it using the WordPress platform. WordPress launched in 2003 and has become one of the most popular content management systems available today. WordPress provides an easy-to-use backend, making the setup process quick and easy for those who have no technical background. Here are a few reasons why WordPress leads the CMS world:

by Christian Abbatecola
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Picking a content management system (CMS) is an important part of launching your website and keeping your site search engine optimized. It allows you to post and manage your website’s content without having to directly change the source code behind it or rely on a web design company to update your website. While there are many CMS options, all serve different needs. We have prepared this short guide to help you evaluate popular CMS options based off the following considerations, and to get the most out of your custom website design

by Christian Abbatecola
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WordPress is one of the most popular CMS (Content Management Solutions) around, and for good reason. It’s easy to get started with and has plenty of community support, but, on the negative side, it can also result in a slow website if you don’t know what you’re doing.

by Christian Abbatecola
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There’s a lot of work that goes into creating and running a website. While some sites may appear static and unchanging for long stretches of time, many update frequently with new promotions, products, blogs, or other content. Even websites for businesses that don’t have any direct need for regular updates will often add new content quite often as part of their SEO strategy.

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