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Umbraco 9 is one of the largest releases from the CMS. Our CTO, Joe Kepley, breaks down what this new version means for site editors.
Blend's Director of Development Bob Davidson talks through how Optimizely integrates with Azure Active Directory after the introduction of Optimizely CMS 12.
The following release notes highlight major or interesting changes in Optimizely's products in September and October 2021.
A common misunderstanding is that one CMS is better at SEO than others. The success of your SEO relies on more than just your platform - it relies on content, plugins and the algorithm.
Blend's CEO sat down with Corey Vilhauer and Deane Barker, the authors of "The Web Project Guide", to find out what it was really like to co-author with each other.
The following release notes highlight major or interesting changes in Optimizely’s products in June, July, and August 2021.
The Web Project Guide at Boye & Co. Off-site link
The Web Project Guide authors Corey Vilhauer and Deane Barker were both guests of a special member conference call for Boye & Co., an educational professional networking group primarily focused on the world of tech and web development.
Web teams need plans. Ongoing planning can result in higher ROI, improved long-term site health and an optimized experience for editors and site visitors.
While most new developers tend to learn on the job through maintenance projects, Blend believes that there's a lot of value in learning how to spin a site up from scratch. This Coding with Bob video provides some guidance on how to do just that.
Our world is surrounded by tools designed to promote accessibility. Every time you see a ramp, an automatic door button, a walk-in shower, an elevator, or a sign written in braille, you’re seeing accessibility in action. So why can't your website be made accessible too?