If there has been a company that changed the Web more than any other, I’d have to argue that that company would be Google. Not because of anything that they specifically have done – which is plenty – but because of the deeper, longer-lasting effects that search (primarily through Google) has had on Web content.
Commonly known as SEO (search engine optimization), the Web has been changed by this emphasis on being found via Google or (insert other search engine here).
In this Quick Look, we’re highlighting Pulse CMS. The developer describes Pulse as a simple CMS designed for small websites. It enables you to add content management to an existing site in five minutes. Define the “blocks” on your website you wish to be editable and Pulse provides an easy to use backend to make edits right from your browser. Pulse also includes a blog, gallery manager and contact form; everything you need to power a small website.
Read on for more information and screenshots!
Based on feedback from our wonderful readers, we’ve decided to slightly change our content formatting and broaden some of the subjects we’ll cover. As already shown, we’ll also begin providing screencasts along-side applicable posts, such as how-tos and reviews, when possible.
More info. on the content changes after the jump.