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(DotNetNuke) DNN vs WordPress

WordPress was originally designed as a blog development tool, and has evolved into a CMS (Content Management System). Over the past 10 years, hundreds of volunteers in the Open Source community have collaborated in writing the core foundation of WordPress, as well as creating thousands of plugins, widgets and themes – some free, some available as third-party apps through the WordPress Marketplace. It’s estimated that over 25 million sites have been built in WordPress since it was initially released in 2003, with over 50 million current users across the globe.

When people compare DNN to WordPress they generally discover DotNetNuke is more powerful and easier to use. WordPress hasn't changed much in many years, while DNN makes huge improvements with every version they release. WordPress is based on PHP scripting while DNN is based on .NET.  Both platforms have thousands of plug-ins and modules available, however DNN is easier to develop for integrations and customizations since .NET is a first-tier developer's platform.

WordPress may be a little easier to install and setup.  DNN’s administration is integrated into a tool bar on the top of your site so you're editing and previewing live, versus having to use multiple windows for WordPress's dashboard. 

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Four Season Firewood

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Are you a camper? Do you have a fireplace that you enjoy throughout the winter? How about a backyard fire pit? Maybe you heat your home with wood and need to find a constant and consistent supplier. The bottom line is if you need firewood, Four Season Firewood should be your go-to!

Is Owning Multiple Similar Domains Beneficial?

Is Owning Multiple Similar Domains Beneficial? Read more

When we research potential domain names, we are interested in discovering all of the similar variations that are available for that domain. And when that research is on behalf of a client, we will always recommend that they register several of the domains - or at the very least, the .com and the .net versions. Often, our clients push back and challenge us on our recommendation as every domain carries an annual cost. Continue reading to discover why we stand firm on our recommedation...

impulseGUIDE - International Recognition for Technology

impulseGUIDE - International Recognition for Technology Read more

What do you do when a client gets international recognition – for a software application you developed for them?

You CELEBRATE!

March 17, 2003...twenty years later

March 17, 2003...twenty years later Read more

We celebrate our twentieth anniversary – yes 20th Anniversary – on Friday! I’ve spoken that fact out loud several times and have repeated it in my head countless times over the past few days. I think I’m trying to process and embrace that reality as I recall people, and places, and projects…some of which remain today but others that are now memories.

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