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Parth Gohil


Structuring your CMS for success

Submitted Sep 30, 2017

Any CMS website out of the box is quite easy to use and setup, but if you want it to perform like a pro there’s a lot that you can squeeze out of a CMS to structure your website for success. In this session I’ll talk on making your website Superman from it’s current state of Batman.


  • Basic website structure
  • Understanding the relation between search engine and websites
  • Content
    • Structure
    • Strategy
  • Understanding performance optimisation parameters that affect search engine visibility
  • Other best practices to optimize your website for search engines.

Speaker bio

I am tech curious & always facinated with technology (new or old). I can fly a single engine aircraft, do a little bit of football freestyle, have made several shortfilms in the pre-youtube era that won competetions at colleges and screened internationally, I’ve also started an IT copmany a food delivery business and a merchandising shop. Since the past 4.5 years I’ve been working with Axelerant as a Community Manager helping structure our websites content to acquire Redhat and Stanford University as our clients.



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Srinivasu Chakravarthula

CMS and Accessibility

WordPress is perhaps one of those Content Management System that complys close to WCAG 2.0 and Druapl has done a great work on accessibility too. In this talk, I would like to talk about accessibility features of Word Press and Drupal and things that web publishers can leverage on. I have been using Word Press for about 10 years. more

03 Nov 2017