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Thursday, August 12, 2004

WordPress is LinuxJournal’s Choice

Filed under: — Carthik @ 9:29 pm

LinuxJournal’s September 2004 issue features WordPress on the cover page , and starts off by saying :

If you want a Weblog package with minimal command-line setup and a full-featured Web-based administration system, WordPress may be for you.

Read the complete article on WordPress, which says, among other things that unlike other Open-Source applications, WordPress has a user friendly interface :

The authors of WordPress, to their credit, have spent a great deal of time on the user interface, trying to ensure that it is straightforward and unsurprising for nontechnical users.

In fact, LinuxJournal winds up by saying that WordPress is the blogging tool of choice :

It has a full list of features, many of which have to do with the clean, easy-to-use user interface. Even novice computer users and Webloggers can publish regularly with this software. Although the underlying code and technologies used—PHP and MySQL—are not my favorites, the set of features, growth of the platform and the large community all make WordPress a winning choice.

Kudos to WordPress’ developers for their ongoing efforts to make WordPress easy to setup and a pleasure to use.

WordPress is LJ famous! I couldn’t beleive it when I learned of this first through Matt.

1 Comment

  1. LinuxJournal picks WordPress
    I think this is a pretty good sign for the future of WordPress.If you want a Weblog package with minimal command-line setup and a full-featured Web-based administration system, WordPress may be for you.

    A fitting end to this series on Weblog softwar…

    Trackback by kpont.com — 8/12/2004 @ 10:59 pm

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