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    Senior Member Danny[MLWA]'s Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by gcwebsites
    you seem to mispelled your site?is it vraul.com?
    Aye, but both go to the site... Vrual.com is mapped to Vraul.com
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    How does wordpress rate for non techy types, say a client I have wants a cms system set up but really doesn't want a heavy admin area and just basically wants to update the odd page now and again. Is WP still applicable?

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    Senior Member Danny[MLWA]'s Avatar
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    Thats what is so neat about WordPress, it requires some coding knowledge from the dev (if you wish to trick it out) or no knowledge just by using plugins.. But the admin interface is nearly 100% ajax, has a dashboard, etc... When it comes to CMS Admin areas, from a tech standpoint, I give it a (0-9) a 4, from the end-user stand point, usually its a lot higher =)

    Pretty much it is extremely simple to post new content, in fact so simple in fact, it takes about 2-5 mins to show someone around in it before you can feel comfortable turning them loose in it.

    There are 3 primary systems...
    1. Posting system - Comes complete with categorization, tags/keywords, archiving, etc (basically a built-in news/blog system), with EASY WYSIWYG editor.
    2. Page system - Again same editor, and can categorize pages via making them sub-pages of a main page. (This is for mainly static content)
    3. Media Manager - This is an independent system that catalogs and stores both posts and page system attachments (files, images, etc) for easy access... From the editors you can just click the media manager icon, select an image, and it drops it right in, you can also tell it to drop an entire gallery, etc.

    All in all, it is feature rich as far as content management goes, easy to use, and most of all it is very secure and promotes your website by itself.
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