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    • Totally off topic! Haha although I suppose I haven’t written on article on the pro’s and con’s of all the leading available content management systems, so I suppose I’ll have to do just that. I am 100% devoted to WordPress as my choice CMS platform. It’s easy to install, use, manage, update, and the plug-in installation and configuration is just child’s play. If you know PHP and MySQL then modifications or new plug-ins are easy to create with just a few tutorials.

      I haven’t used Drupal, Blog Engine, or B2Evolution. I have used Joomla, and I like WordPress much more.

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