Wait, what? That’s sacrilegious for me to write a headline like that! WordPress Tavern linked to a post by Kevinjohn Gallagher about his creative agency stopping the use of WordPress for clients. Gallagher points out these weaknesses in WordPress: “WordPress has either no, or severely limited: Document management Workflow management Digital asset management Link management […]
Great discussion with Matt Mullenweg of WordPress and Dries Buytaert of Drupal, talking WordPress, Drupal, open source and more. Definitely worth watching for the whole hour.
I have seen this tweeted and blogged about in a few places, so it’s worth a mention. The cool thing about the Bangor Daily News’ new WordPress site is that it integrates with Google Docs, making one complete content management system. I’d love to see a post in the future about how this works for […]
Nonprofits have a lot of choices when it comes to content management systems. There’s Blackbaud NetCommunity, Convio, (the first two are not open source) Drupal, Joomla, WordPress and more… It’s easy to become overwhelmed by those choices. Many of these systems have similarities, and often the right choice comes down to the individual needs of each […]
If you wish to use WordPress to power your website, you’re lucky. Thousands of people who love and support WordPress have filled the web with tons of resources. I’m going to share my favorites, and segment them by category. I hope they help you. If you have more to add, please do so in the […]
So you want to use WordPress to build a website, huh? Good choice, and you’ve come to the right place. This is the first part in a two-part series on using WordPress to build a website. Why WordPress Works? WordPress has continued to gain popularity as a CMS (Content Management System). Why? It’s free (You […]