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Creating multilingual MODx websites using Babel

Our world is constantly growing! With international trade at all-time highs, businesses are continually searching for new global markets. The difficulty that many companies face with multinational expansion is dealing with different cultures and languages. It is vital for companies working globally to tailor their website to meet the needs of their customers no matter where they are.

How to plan a successful website

Whether you’re starting from scratch with your very first website, or refreshing an existing one, don’t underestimate the importance of the planning stage. Unless you think about what you want your website to achieve before you design it, the chances are you won’t end up with the best site for your purposes – so no matter how quickly you want it done, make time for the planning stage.

Don't waste your time on your website

Are you spending hours tweaking your website, with minor updates, new pages, refreshing the design and making SEO adjustments? Are you checking the analytics to see which of your changes are working? And the million-dollar question: is this really the best use of your time?

How to setup and use MIGX TV for MODX

One of the reasons why MODX is our CMS of choice is because of it's innovative template variables. Simply put, a template variable is a custom field for a MODX resource, this means we can add extra information to a resource/ webpage without having to hand code or 'Hack' it in. Please note that this is a very long article with a few tricky bits, take your time reading it to be sure you understand everything.

Setting up a document for print using Adobe InDesign

Have you ever needed to design a flyer, poster or business card? We've all been there, deciding which of the numerous Adobe Creative Cloud programmes to choose from, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe InDesign, all will do the job but which one is the right tool for the job?

What’s the difference between designing for the web and for print?

If you thought you could get away with one design and use it both online and for print, think again – and read this article. We’ll take a look at some crucial differences and show how what works for one, doesn’t necessarily work for the other.