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November 22, 2012, 09:25:05 AM
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I just started using Wordpress, and its amazing. Endless plugins, designs, and you can edit it all in your flavor. I recommend it.
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November 22, 2012, 03:54:52 PM
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I just started using Wordpress, and its amazing. Endless plugins, designs, and you can edit it all in your flavor. I recommend it.

Wordpress is truly an amazing CMS, but my concern when starting this thread is can it handle what I have in mind, oppose to reverting to PHP or ?. I think I found the answer to be yes, but if I later learn that I was mistaken, I will bite the bullet and pay to have the whole site converted. I think I read that Twitter made a mistake when they built their site using one platform, and now regret doing such, for they're now locked in and it would take an enormous charge over to redesign it.
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