Category CMS


Backend refers to the system configuration area of an application such as a CMS. So, for WordPress for example, the WordPress backend is the administrator area of WordPress where you add content, users, and customize the CMS by installing plugins…


CDN stands for “Content Delivery Network“, which is a group of servers spread throughout the country or around the world. They replicate the data for a website in one country in another country. So you could call up a webpage…


Just like Drupal, the Joomla! CMS has a seemingly random word for a name. It doesn’t matter though, just because WordPress says what it does in its name doesn’t mean it’s the only game in town. Joomla! is, just like…

Joomla! Toolkit

Just like all other content management systems Joomla! is a platform that requires regular maintenance, updates and non-stop protection against security attacks. It’s just the nature of today’s websites. Thankfully the Plesk Joomla! Toolkit makes the process of keeping your…


WordPress is a widely-known brand on the internet, but what exactly is WordPress? In simple terms, WordPress (or WP) is the most popular way to create a website, or to run a blog. In fact, as of 2019, WordPress is…

WP Toolkit

WordPress is really easy to use and broadly secure but expert website managers will know that WordPress management still requires time, while maintaining full WordPress security is becoming more and more difficult. Besides, as WordPress has grown, the CMS has…

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