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    Senior Member Kayo's Avatar
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    I wanted to integrate a CMS into my website. I am thinking about using wordpress, and make a template for the website. Is wordpress flexible enough to do anything I want? or is there too many limits, or a better CMS.

    also, what's a good tutorial for making wordpress themes. I looked on the official website, but its kind of all over the place, and I have to read links of other information I need to know before I could start building the template. I just want a straight forward tutorial.


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    Senior Member -chris-'s Avatar
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    I like WordPress. I have never used it as a CMS, but it is super easy to set up and use.

    As far as building a template goes, all you need to do is download one with as many columns as you want and dig in. Most of the ones that I have downloaded have been highly commented, so that even the novice php user can see what is going on. If you know enough about php to write your own template, you are obviously welcome to do so, but if you are just starting to learn php, I recommend editing an existing template (or templates) until you are comfortable to write your own.
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