[wp-hackers] Sites running WP
codehooligans at codehooligans.com
Wed May 24 22:58:57 GMT 2006
Those are very cool site. Again I think we all could contribute a
dozen or so sites that all do not follow the standard layout of
blogs. I too agree WP is a wonderful and very flexible product. I
love that I don't have to deal with a template tag language. I can
extend WP using my own functions/includes/plugins.
On May 24, 2006, at 5:32 PM, Ryan Scheuermann wrote:
> Matt Mullenweg wrote:
>> Wow, that looks really good. It also inspired me to start a new
>> page, feel free to add examples of things that look nothing like
>> blogs at all:
> I've been using WP as a CMS for my clients for about a year now.
> My clients pick it up quickly, and we hear nothing but good things
> about how easy it is to use. I've used other CMS systems, they all
> do too much stuff and are too confusing for my clients. WP lets us
> my clients see only what they need to, and I don't have to install
> all the bulk of a "complete CMS system". I'll be using it for all
> our sites in the future, including a real estate and e-commerce
> site. I just keep developing plugins for all the new features.
> The anti-spam plugins are always a must.
> Our site (http://www.concept64.com/) uses WP, and the following
> client sites do, too:
> From my perspective, anything is possible using WP. It's got one
> of the greatest frameworks for developing any PHP/MySQL site. I've
> seen the other end of the spectrum (used to work with IBM's
> WebSphere Commerce Suite) and it's a complete nightmare. "Do one
> thing and do it well."
> Best regards,
> Ryan Scheuermann
> Concept 64, Inc. | Phone: 610.349.0703 | Web: www.concept64.com
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