Colin Loretz: WordPress as a CMS

2 responses on “Colin Loretz: WordPress as a CMS

  1. Terry Cavender

    Is WordPress a Blog? A CMS? This reminds me of one of the old Saturday Night Live skits where they are arguing if a product was a dessert topping or a floor wax, turns out it was both! It’s the same with WordPress, I have two sites using the same template bought from Theme Forest. One with a few tweaks to the theme serves as a CMS for my main site, the other my blog. I have linked both to each other through the navigation bar using a plugin, the transition from one to the other is almost seamless, I love it! April was my first year anniversary with WordPress, and I am constantly amazed with the flexibility and ease of use!

    Terry

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  2. Dom

    Thanks for that – You’ve summed up the way we work with our clients in a nut shell

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April 24, 2010

Colin Loretz discusses specific methods for using WordPress as a content management system, including when WordPress is best for your site and how you can optimize your WordPress use for a complete site.

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WordCamp Orange County 2010 13

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Colin Loretz 3

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cms 24
design 80
development 189
security 58
templates 5
Themes 101

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English 2115

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