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    Well, we're going to have to agree to disagree - I can't fathom Joomla at all - if I have to go Open Source I'll go WP every time.
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    I'm getting the feeling that TG might not like open source.. I don't know why..
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    Quote Originally Posted by George Dolidze, post: 214027
    I'm getting the feeling that TG might not like open source.. I don't know why..
    He has security concerns - and valid ones.

    I just use WP for brochure type sites that want a blog, and want to maintain the content themselves - and I beef the security as much as I can (admittedly not very much). Most of my clients are small enough that in weighing the probability of their blog getting hacked against offering them something custom that they cannot afford, WP usually wins out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AlphaMare, post: 214030
    He has security concerns - and valid ones.

    I just use WP for brochure type sites that want a blog, and want to maintain the content themselves - and I beef the security as much as I can (admittedly not very much). Most of my clients are small enough that in weighing the probability of their blog getting hacked against offering them something custom that they cannot afford, WP usually wins out.
    How do you make it more secure?
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