Below is a sample of Content Management Systems we’ve worked with and our ability to automatically get our content on them.
Import Directly – Do we have the ability to integrate directly into said CMS with proper credentials.
Main Domain – Based on the server architecture required by said CMS is it likely we can integrate on the main domain.
|CMS||Import Directly||Main Domain||Notes|
|BlogEngine||Yes||Yes||In House Software (UNSUPPORTED)|
|DotNetNuke 7+||Yes||Yes||In House Software|
|Drupal 6||Yes||Yes||In House Software (UNSUPPORTED)|
|Drupal 7||Yes||Yes||In House Software|
|Drupal 8||Yes||Yes||In House Software|
|Joomla 3.0||Yes||Yes||In House Software|
|Joomla 2.5||Yes||Yes||In House Software (article ONLY)|
|Joomla 1.5||Yes||Yes||In House Software (UNSUPPORTED)|
|Magento||No||Yes||Can use another CMS|
|WordPress||Yes||Yes||In House Software|
In House Software – We have written software which will integrate our services directly with the CMS in question. We will gladly provide the software to our clients.
Use another CMS – We do not have software specific to this CMS so in order to integrate we would recommend installing a different CMS from the above list.
Proprietary – This CMS does not work with external scripts so an integration on the server is not possible. We recommend creating a subdomain which will point to a seperate server to house the integration.
Requires API – This CMS offers an API which we have successfully integrated with in the past. The API must be accessible to integrate.
In House Software (depreciated) – We have written software which will integrate our services directly with the CMS in question. The software will not receive future updates. We will still provide the software to our clients.