The Perch Blog

Perch 2.6 Release

Perch 2.6 is now available and should be ready to download in your accounts against any Perch 2 license. Here are some of the core new features.

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Why choose Perch to retrofit your static site?

Adding a CMS to a static site was one of the core use cases we had when initially developing Perch. As the product has moved on that core use case is still a big reason why people use Perch for the first time. In this post I take a look at why Perch is a great choice if you need to retrofit a site.

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URL Routing in Perch Runway

One of great strengths of Perch has always been that you can drop editable regions into an existing site. This is down to the way Perch helps you manage content across a set of pages. If a site grows beyond a certain scale, maintaining that set of pages can become a bit of an overhead. What is an advantage for small sites becomes a disadvantage for larger ones.

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Perch and the Bootstrap Framework

Bootstrap can be a really handy framework if you need to put together a site quickly. Perch is a great CMS for rapid development of content managed sites, so it isn’t surprising that we often get asked if Perch plays nicely with Bootstrap.

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Perch 2.6 Release

Perch 2.6 is now available and should be ready to download in your accounts against any Perch 2 license. Here are some of the core new features.

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