Nine reasons NOT to use a CMS

This article is relevant to my interests. I’ve spent the last couple of months learning my way around Drupal 7 and the Panopoly distro (and waiting patiently for Drupal 8 to be ready to use), and it seems like every time I think I’ve finally got the hang of it, I find something new to try out.

Nevertheless, my employer’s primary marketing angle is that we create custom-built websites from scratch to meet our clients’ specific requirements, and I’m still the most comfortable when I can get straight into the HTML, CSS, JavaScript, PHP and SQL code to make things just right. Like it or not, using a CMS means accepting a few limitations. And with some clients, those limitations can be deal-breakers.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*