Originally, the ORDNUNG site was to be in both English and Dutch. However, due to a conflict between the language and caching plugins, the dutch version of the website is on hold. We have made the decision to keep the caching plugin and stop development of the multi-lingual version of the site. Faced with a choice between multiple languages and a fast site, we have deemed it more important to choose for the latter.
So I would like to offer my apologies to dutch viewers.
Hopefully, the makers of WPML and W3 Total Cache will come up with a solution in the near future.
Jason Thane Jeffers
SAN FRANCISCO — At the annual San Francisco WordCamp, WordPress creator Matt Mullenweg told the audience a fascinating stat about the service.
In a talk that also included details on the next two versions of WordPress, Mullenweg said, “We’re now up to 18.9 percent of the web running WordPress. … We’re going to see the number of people who have WordPress as part of their daily habits grow exponentially.”
Around 66 percent of those sites and blogs are in English. Monthly pageviews for all WordPress sites and blogs rose to a massive 4 billion in 2013.
ORDNUNG and CMS Logic have joined forces. CMS Logic is a new hosted CMS (Content Management System) developed for the Dutch market. The idea behind a hosted CMS is that the customer can focus on his or her content while any technical aspects are handled by the CMS Logic system. System updates/upgrades, SEO and website template design have been taken out of the equation.
Beginning in October 2011, ORDNUNG has partnered with Design Effects, a full-service design and marketing agency in Barendrecht. The basis of this partnership is the development of custom business websites in Adobe’s Business Catatlyst — a hosted, complete online business solution combining content management, turn-key eCommerce, customer database, built-in email marketing, reporting and analytics. Design Effects is an early adopter of the Business Catalyst platform in The Netherlands.