Learning how to use wordpress as a cms
WordPress works like many other content management systems with the caveat that it assumes your site will use RSS, commenting, archiving and an interface geared toward blogging. This model can be completely overridden or ignored if you find it’s not what you want.
My view of the CMS world is from the perspective of a freelance web developer who makes sites for small businesses (1-10 employees) who want to administer their own sites. These users are, typically, non-tech savvy and eager to get their sites running quickly and cheaply.
I work to help small businesses make their print and web personas cohesive, using simple print and web production methods that make updating easier to manage in-house.
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