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WordPress can do that?!

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This presentation was part of the Wharton Web Conference: whartonwebconf.com ...

This presentation was part of the Wharton Web Conference: whartonwebconf.com

We all know that WordPress is an awesome blogging platform, but under that bloggy exterior lurks a fully operational Content Management System.

During this presentation we take a look at some sites you might not think run on WordPress, install a bunch of plugins to make WordPress an even better CMS, learn what Custom Post Types and Taxonomies are and how to use them, plus cover custom menus and conditional widgets.

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  • All posts stored in the wp_posts table. post_type determines what WordPress uses them for. There are 5 types that WordPress uses by default.\n
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  • Super Admin - Someone with access to the blog network administration features controlling the entire network (See Create a Network).\nAdministrator - Somebody who has access to all the administration features\nEditor - Somebody who can publish and manage posts and pages as well as manage other users' posts, etc.\nAuthor - Somebody who can publish and manage their own posts\nContributor - Somebody who can write and manage their posts but not publish them\nSubscriber - Somebody who can only manage their profile\n
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