Posts Tagged ‘checklist’

WordPress As A CMS Checklist

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July 30th, 2008
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Thord Daniel Hedengren over at Devlounge has published an extensive checklist based on his experience of things to consider when using WordPress as a CMS, especially when it will be used for a client. His post covers a number of different situations you should think about ahead of time before you step into your favorite code editor. According to Thord, there are three things you need to consider before committing to WordPress: 1. Is the functionality needed covered by the WordPress core functions, and/or with the addition of (not too many) plugins? This is usually managing information pages (using Pages), and publishing news/press releases (using Posts). If I need to add a lot of custom stuff, including the custom fields, then perhaps it gets too complicated for the client. 2. Is there a good translation of WordPress available, so that your client can get the backend in their own language? […]

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WordPress Post-Install Checklist

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January 16th, 2007
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WordPress Post-Install Checklist Download squad produces a somewhat complete post install checklist and set of links to find help for a hosted WordPress install. I like simple and easy to follow instructions and the links to resources for WordPress newbies. I am disappointed that WeblogToolsCollection does not show up anywhere on that post (as a WordPress resource). While you are into checlists, check out Max’s WordPress Blog Maintenance Checklist

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