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Aug 12, 2009, 15:32 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Chris Duckett)


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"WordPress comes in two major flavours: WordPress, the one blog per instance, and WordPress MU for serving multiple blogs from multiple instances with multiple users. Unless you are considering creating a blogging network or news site, the standard WordPress install should be all you need.

"The next decision that needs to be made is whether to host your WordPress instance on WordPress.com or on one's own servers/hosting solution. In this review we will be handling it from a bare-bones server to cover the installation and configuration that is taken care of when choosing WordPress.com or other WordPress-supporting hosting providers. Hosting it on your own servers allows the use of plug-ins, which easily provide features and flexibility, and the option of hacking the PHP and CSS back-end code yourself, which can come in very handy for naughty or not-quite-right themes and plug-ins."

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