I recently was directed to an article on Nerdaphernalia discussing how to turn a single WordPress installation into multiple blogs. What a lovely concept! Instead of having to maintain multiple installations with an array of plugins and themes to ensure continue to work, you can run one filesystem, managing multiple blogs.
Lately, I have been increasingly impressed by the flexibility and power of using WordPress as a Content Management System. The organization I work for has been exploring all the possibilities of using it as a fully functional CMS and so far we have been very impressed. What it doesn’t do straight out of the box, there are plugins for. And as a PHP developer, if I can’t find a plugin, I can make one.
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