Pages on your website are they fixed and must be changed one at a time vs. generated on the fly? Ex. Bank website. Why is this helpful?
Because right now you have to do all the heavy lifting
Computers to do some of heavy lifting of presenting and maintaining content on the web so running that website is easier. One way to do that is…
Began in 2003 as a blogging tool; now frequently used as a CMS
Works like other blogging software - No need to know any code. Built on PHP and MySQL WYSIWYG. Easy install. Edit from anywhere.
Dashboard = first screen you see when you log into the administration area of your blog. Access point.
Open source means variety and new! Large community = more variety.
Hosted version available. Extras cost. Or install and pay webhost or have someone on staff who can upgrade
Dashboard shows past activity. Posts show past revisions and allows you to restore previous versions.
Design and layout are controlled by templates - no custom design is necessary. Free, premium themes available. Content is completely separated from presentation so page content doesn’t affect its layout
Additional functions are added via plugins - no custom work is needed. Plugins are (or should be) widely available.
WordPress as CMS Overview
as a content management system Content Management Systems for Dummies (or busy smarties looking for fast, simple solutions) | March 9, 2011
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