Packt Publishing is pleased to announce that Drupal has won the inaugural Hall of Fame Award in the 2009 Open Source CMS Awards. Hall of Fame is a new category introduced to the Award this year, featuring a competition between the previous winners of the Award: Drupal and Joomla!.Read Drupal Wins the First Hall of Fame in full
Packt Publishing is pleased to announce that ImpressCMS has won the Most Promising Open Source CMS Category in the 2009 Open Source CMS Award. While ImpressCMS took first place in this category, Pixie and Pligg weren’t far behind and settled for a tie in the first runner up spot.Read ImpressCMS Wins 2009 Most Promising Open Source CMS in full
Packt Publishing is pleased to announce that Drupal has won the Best Open Source PHP CMS Category in the 2009 Open Source CMS Award. This category featured a very close contest between the top three, Drupal, WordPress, and Joomla! in which Drupal ended up as the overall choice for the judges and the public.Read Drupal wins 2009 Best Open Source PHP CMS in full
Packt is pleased to announce the list of Most Valued People from Open Source Content Management Systems for 2009. This feature was introduced in 2008 and is designed to recognize the contributions to projects made by individuals that often go unnoticed.
For the large majority of Open Source projects, it is the tireless contributions from enthusiastic individuals that enable its growth and adoption and these are the people that Packt feels is necessary to identify. For details of 2009's Open Source Most Valued People, please click through.Read 2009 Open Source CMS Most Valued People Announced in full
After three months of intensive nominations and voting, Packt Publishing is pleased to announce that Plone has won the Best Other Open Source CMS Category in the 2009 Open Source CMS Award. Plone retains the Award it won in 2008 and takes away prize money totaling $2,000.Read Plone wins 2009 Best Other Open Source CMS in full
MediaWiki 1.1 Beginner's Guide is a new book from Packt that is aimed at helping wiki developers install, manage, and customize their own MediaWiki-based website. Written by Jeff Orloff and Mizanur Rahman, this book is a friendly guide that uses a fun example to teach all of MediaWiki's key features.Read Design your own MediaWiki-based site with new book from Packt in full
Joomla! 1.5 SEO is a new book from Packt that will help readers improve the search engine friendliness and rankings of their Joomla! website in the search engine result pages. Written byHerbert-Jan van Dinther , this book will teach readers how to attract more visitors to their website using SEO techniques. It will also help market and measure the success of their blog by applying SEO.Read Improve The Search Engine Friendliness Of Your Website With Packt's New Book in full
Packt is pleased to announce Drupal 6 Search Engine Optimization a new book that helps readers build a perfect search engine optimized Drupal web site. Written by Ben Finklea, the creator of the Drupal SEO Checklist module, this book provides readers with tips, modules, and best practices that are used by top Drupal SEO professionals.Read Master SEO Techniques for your Drupal 6 Website using Packt’s New Book in full
Packt is pleased to announce WordPress 2.8 Theme Design a new book that helps WordPress users create functional unique themes covering the latest WordPress features. Written by Tessa Blakeley Silver, this book provides users with expert guidance on designing a robust theme for one of the most popular, open-source blog systems available for the Web today!
Joomla! with Flash is a new book from Packt,which will help users build dynamic, content-rich, and interactive websites using Joomla! 1.5 and Flash CS4. Written by Suhreed Sarkar, this book is a hands-on tutorial to building Joomla!-based web sites with stunning Flash animations. It will help users create attractive websites integrating Flash objects into Joomla! and stunning photo galleries with Flash transition and animation effects.Read Build Stunning and Interactive websites using Joomla! 1.5 and Flash CS4 in full