Every now and then, here and there, you've seen people asking for tips or articles explaining how you really can use "wordpress as a cms". I've read most of these articles, and they all fail and miss the point, honestly.
So, without further ado, I'll reveal The Definitive Guide To Using WordPress as a CMS.
What is a CMS
But first, a quick definition of what is a CMS. In short, a CMS or Content Management System is a software that lets you publish and edit various online content such as text, images and any web document.
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Use WordPress as a CMS
- Install WordPress — no plugin needed
- Publish a new post
- Edit your post
- Upload images and insert them in your post
Congratulations, you've just managed content and used "WP as a CMS".
WordPress *IS* a CMS damnit. And I'm not the only one who thinks so.
I swear next time I read about "WP as a CMS", I'll be the one who invent a device that allows you to stab people in the face over the internet.
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