WordPress as a CMS – Ways of organizing your content to achieve multi-level navigation for static-page websites.
If you are using WordPress as a blog, organizing your content is quite straight forward. You categorize and tag your posts, create nav-menus, to link the most important categories, use archive or calender widgets and order your posts by publishing date (which is the default). Using WordPress as a CMS for a common website and […]Read more »
In the past Wordpress has grown from a powerful blog-system to a powerful CMS and, more recently, to a powerful framework for web applications. I found WordPress extremely useful as base for medium sized web apps, without too much traffic. This tutorial will show you how to customize WordPress to adjust it to your data model, mainly by showing you how to use the essentials to build every WordPress powered web app – Custom post types, Custom taxonomies and Custom fields.Read more »