WordPress as a CMS | WordCamp MSP | Nov. 13, 2010

I was asked to take over this topic this morning, and I will do my best to adhere to the following session description:

This session will go into depth on the ease of using WordPress as an all-purpose content management system. Especially from the standpoint of how developers can quickly turn out quality, administrable websites for their clients with just a few key plugins and a base install of WordPress.

First thing’s first – WordPress is a CMS.  What this session will cover is how to make WordPress do some fun things that are widely utilized on websites.

Some plugins and “upgrades” that might help you include:

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