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|Description||A semantic personal publishing platform with a focus on aesthetics, web standards, and usability.||Free, Open, Modular CMS written in PHP||A content management system helping both novice users and expert developers to create powerful websites and applications|
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Most versatile CMS
April 06, 2014 11:55
Wordpress is extremely easy to learn and implement. Although is it not as sexy for devs to work with it is by far the most cost effective way to get a dynamic website up and running with very little debugging.
It's great for: * Landing pages * Private Social Networks * Blogs - obviously ;) * News Networks * Member sites * Multilingual content
Power of Modules and Themes
October 26, 2015 00:19
I am not a developer, however Drupal provided me with almost all the modules that i needed to create complex, responsive and fast websites with front-end and proper admin interfaces.
Most critical part of Drupal is the compression, caching and other performance details in the core, this makes site perform faster just while we get started.
Wordpress is both a platform for launching websites and for self-maintenance of content.
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저의 블로그는 wordpress 입니다. 하지만 php에 대한 지식이 아직 부족한 상태여서 php수준에서 수정할 정도는 되지 못합니다.
하지만 서버 셋팅에 대한 이해가 있어서 nginx + mariaDB + ssl 등을 설치할 수 있습니다.
Using some heavily customised and personally developed plugins for affiliate marketing purposes. Using both Amazon and Affiliate Window.
Our brilliant content management system (CMS). We use WordPress exclusively on 90% of our web design projects.
Wordpress is used with CMS because is very simple content management, with some advanced and free features.
I use WordPress to develop easy-to-maintain, dynamic sites for clients and at my job at KHM Travel Group. I also used WordPress to develop personal/project sites while at Bowling Green State University.
Wordpress is at the heart of our blog, it allows us to publish beautifully handcrafted blog posts each and every day.
WP-REST-API and whenever clients 'need' this CMS. Great community and okay docs, so I can't complain :)
My blog runs on WordPress, but these days I mostly use it as an automatic aggregation from other networks. My writing—for obvious reasons—is all on Medium.
Wordpress is used for our blog and some of our content & landing pages, runs on a subdomain. We also use a custom Python proxy to bring in blog content to the primary domain (/blog).
We use WordPress for our main website and blog. We manage 20+ users using the WordPress CMS as well as the theme and design.
Built a number of sites and web apps. Rapid development make for happy customers. Crazy development workflows make developers unhappy.
As the app's CMS and CRM.
It is being used in a headless state and is completely decoupled from the frontend; only serving it's content to the AngularJS framework via a RESTful API.