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We updated our build process for Craft CMS websites from a difficult to maintain Gulp process to one that uses Laravel Mix, which is easier for us to maintain, and more easily allows us to do advanced optimization.
Effective file management and organization is an often-overlooked feature of a content management system. Doing it right helps with everything from boosting SEO to saving server space. Our video demonstrates how to organize assets in Craft CMS.
If your website has a Google Map on it that hasn't been touched in years, there's a pretty good chance that it doesn't work anymore. If your Google Map no longer works because you don't have a valid billing account, or if you want a unique (less expensive) map solution, consider switching to Mapbox! In this post, we'll show you how we did it on our own site.
User privacy is a growing concern on the web. Websites using Google Analytics to track user behavior contribute to the privacy problem, but there are many privacy-focused web analytics alternatives to use instead.
The latest update to our CP Filters plugin is the ability to save sets of filters, and this update is out now!
Craft CMS and WordPress are often brought up in comparisons for projects of certain size and scope. You might be considering one or the other for your next web project, either for your own company or for a client project. This is our comparison, based around points that impact our own client projects.
Here are six lesser-known CSS selectors we've used to help our clients in the past year. These aren't fancy, experimental features that only work on the latest browsers. Instead, they're practical tools you can start using today.
Craft CMS 3 has no native way to filter content by multiple criteria in the control panel, so we developed CP Filters to add advanced filtering for entries, assets, categories, users, and tags in the control panel.
Craft CMS is a user-friendly content management system that allows you to create completely custom websites, and Masuga Design uses it frequently for client projects. Here's a look behind-the-scenes at what the CMS has to offer the content editor.