We combine Webflow, WordPress and a whole lot of experience into everything you might expect from a CMS
Webflow is an online tool that allows for developers to code less while building websites. Instead of manually typing most of the code, we can now adjust various settings with the same meaning as what we otherwise would have written ourselves.
This means faster turnaround times on front-end development.
Not only is Webflow our primary tool to convert designs into functioning and responsive websites, it also comes with logic that enables us to make elements interactive. Websites literally come to live.
WordPress is an open source CMS that has been in a business for a while now. And for a good reason. WordPress is a very versatile platform and is self-hosted.
Originally, WordPress is a CMS for blogs. Yet, its versatility did not get unnoticed by the international web development community. WordPress’ “action and filter hooks” system cleared the path for e-commerce, e-learning and corporate website applications. If you are using WordPress only for blogging purposes, you're only using a fraction of what it can do.
Webflow is great on a front-end level. It allows for developers to work faster, with higher browser compatibility, interactive, lively, elements and fast testing.
WordPress has proven itself as a solid CMS. It is open source. The content and data are portable. It has a queue worker. It can act as a middleware to API’s. It has a great schematic page builder — Gutenberg.
We want all of the above.
And we got it.
Every entity, such as a page or an article, consists of building blocks.
Marketeers love our CMS.
We provide lots of global fields to be set to prevent repetitive work and human error.
Security headers, password policies, brute-force protection, two factor authentication, access logging, content revisions, reCaptcha, input sanitisation and many more measures that are in our secure by design Vallonic WordPress Framework.
Standard operation procedures, experience and conventions ensure quality. Even where nobody looks.
Developers are often known for their inability to communicate. We changed that. You will notice that early on.