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capabilities of wordpress

thinking about capabilities of wordpress

5:21 am on Sep 27, 2013 (gmt 0)

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I have a site built on expression engine. Not too fond of it and was thinking of switching over to wordpress.

any thoughts?
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If you just want to get your stuff on the web and you don't want too much interactivity, I think Wordpress is the simplest way to go.

By "too much interactivity" I mean, for example, a community where members have profiles, message each other and things like that. Or highly complex sites with a lot of structured data and complex presentation. For that I might stick with EE. But for most brochure, blog or article type of sites, Wordpress is the least trouble in my opinion.